This course provides background on the international environment and focuses on managerial aspects from a corporate perspective. It introduces students to international markets and describes the relationship between exchange rates and economic variables. It then focuses on the measurement and management of foreign exchange rate risk, concentrates on the corporate management of short-term and long-term assets and liabilities, and finally describes international financial management from a banker’s perspective. Cases are used to supplement problems.
Prerequisite(s): MBA 7200 OR MBA 7250