BUS 8150 - Global Financial Economy
Explores how leaders of a firm successfully employ limited resources and operate successfully in the global marketplace given various financial conditions. Students examine various financial topics related to economics, both at the microeconomic and the macroeconomic levels. The course also builds on various topics related to firm investments with concepts such as interest rates, the bond market, the role of central banks, various types of currency, forms of inflation, foreign exchange markets, the regulatory environment, and how established a given country is that the firm wishes to invest. Pricing, including consumer choice, is also covered.
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Prerequisite(s): BUS 8010
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