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  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog (September 2017)
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DDBA 8540 - Seminar in International Finance


(3 sem. cr.) International finance is a branch of economics that considers how capital investment is undertaken globally and how financial markets and global trade influence investment opportunities. This seminar course provides independent scholars with an overview of the historical context of globalization. Included in the discussions is an in depth analysis of how organizations, emerging markets, and society benefit from globalization. Independent scholars will examine how organizations manage risk in a global environment. Scholars will also explore barriers to globalization. Independent scholars accomplish course objectives by examining foundational literature and theories, seminal works, and established models in the field of international finance. They also formulate an original research topic and synthesize findings and conclusions based on their literature review for a comprehensive and critical understanding of the discipline.



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