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MFIN 8891 Ph.D. Seminar: Advanced Topics in Corporate Finance (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The primary purpose of this course is to expose doctoral students to recent developments in the theory of corporate finance. The course will focus on theory and evidence in corporate finance. Possible topics include new theoretical frameworks, signaling theory, the economics of information, agency theory, new issues of securities, recapitalizations, stock repurchases and the market for corporate control.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: Doctoral program enrollment required

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Comments: Course for students enrolled in PhD Program


Last Updated: 14-Feb-14