Course Detail

International Financial Policy (33502)

Course Description by Faculty

  • Neiman, Brent
  • Content
    This course will help students develop an understanding of issues in international macroeconomics that are important for investors and managers operating in the global marketplace. It will cover theories of the determination of exchange rates and interest rates, the management of foreign exchange risk, international capital flows, debt and currency crises, international monetary and exchange rate regimes, the roles of the international financial institutions in developing countries, and other characteristics of international financial markets.
    Format
    • Lectures

    • Group Projects

  • Prerequisites
    Business 33040 or equivalent is recommended, but not required. Cannot enroll in BUSN 33502 if BUSN 20230 taken previously.
  • Materials
    Based on a combination of class lectures, textbook chapters, and newspaper and magazine articles.
    Resources
    • Canvas Site Available

  • Grades
    Based on a combination of quizzes, a mid-term, homeworks, and a final exam. Cannot be taken pass/fail. No auditors.
    Grades
    • Graded homework assignments

    Assessment & Testing
    • Quizzes

    • Midterm

    • Optional midterm

    • Final exam (in class)

    Restrictions
    • No auditors

    • No pass/fail grades

  • Syllabus
  • Autumn 2021Section: 33502-01T 8:30AM-11:30AMHarper CenterC05In-Person Only
  • Autumn 2021Section: 33502-02T 1:30PM-4:30PMHarper CenterC05In-Person Only
  • Autumn 2021Section: 33502-81T 6:00PM-9:00PMGleacher Center204Dual Modality
    Faculty In-Person
Description and/or course criteria last updated: August 6 2021