This course is concerned with the international finance aspects of the firm. It provides students with the concepts and techniques used in international financial decision-making. The key international financial decisions of the firm will be examined and analyzed. Topics covered include foreign exchange risk, derivative securities for currency risk management, and international financial management operated in our rapidly changing dynamic global economy.
Admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration or permission from the Program Head.
ECON 7750 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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