Prerequisites: ECON 200, or ECON 205 and ECON 206, ECMG 303, ECON 306 and MGMT 314. Open to sophomores, juniors and seniors, or by permission of the instructor. (Second semester— even years/3 credits)
This course is designed to give a solid understanding of international finance and institutions. This is achieved through a thorough study of various exchange rate determination theories, international corporate finance and international portfolio diversification models. To this end, exposure to foreign exchange risk and appropriate hedging strategies will be covered, along with the options and derivatives market.