Moffett, Stonehill, Eiteman, Fundamentals of Multinational Finance, 3rd ed., Pearson and Prentice Hall
This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the basic terminology, structure, and importance of international finance. This includes study of foreign exchange (FX) markets and instruments, FX risk, political risk, hedging of these risks, and evaluation of foreign projects. Besides focusing on the enhancement of analytical skills based on the tools and theory of international finance, this course also familiarizes the student with internet-based data sources.
I will be out of the country for most of Summer 2, so arranging face-to-face office hours will be challenging. However, there will be “virtual office hours” during which I will be attending the office hour chat room on Blackboard under discussion (see the Course Outline below). All virtual office hour sessions will be archived for later access, in case you are unable to attend but want to check out what was discussed. There will also be a separate area within discussion board for office hour-type Q&A.
A | x >92 | | | |
A- | 90< x < 92 | | Mini cases | 2 x 15 = 30 pts |
B+ | 88< x < 90 | | Homework | 4x 5 = 20 pts |
B | 82< x < 88 | | Chapter quizzes | 5 x 10 = 50 pts |
B- | 80< x < 82 | | Total | 100 pts |
Etc. | | | | |
There will be four weekly online quizzes. They will consist of questions from the materials covered during the week. The quizzes need to be taken within the indicated time period and no make-up quizzes will be given. Quizzes will be timed. Typically, quizzes will have a 45 to 60 minute time limit. They have to be finished once started. Questions will be randomly assigned so that the quiz will be different for each student. Quiz questions will be based on both the book chapter and on the chapter notes. You should contact...