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MFIN 6631 International Financial Management (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This is a graduate (advanced undergraduate) level (elective) course containing three parts: (1) important issues for corporate sectors and financial markets around the globe, including ownership structure; corporate governance; financing channels and decisions; risk management; capital flows and financial crises; (2) financial system and corporate sectors in a few specific emerging markets; and (3) a few cases related to topics covered in the course and a term (case) project.

Instructor(s): Jin Qian

Prerequisites: Undergraduate: MFIN1127, Graduate: MFIN7704.

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Comments: Undergraduate students seeking enrollment in a 600-level course require department permission.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17