BUS 6430 - International Business Finance
Introduces students to international financial capital flows in the global economy, focusing on how to financially manage businesses that compete internationally. The costs and benefits of international business financing are analyzed, from both short-term and long-term perspectives, considering both direct and indirect effects. Business strategies for managing financial risks are examined, including foreign exchange risk, interest rate risk, and default risk. Students will each complete a graduate research paper using some principles of international business finance to explain, evaluate, and recommend improvements in a firm’s business practices.
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Prerequisite(s): BUS 6400
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