Structure and operation of global financial markets: The international monetary system, global banking, eurocurrency markets, global securities markets, foreign exchange markets, emerging capital markets, and global portfolio management. Financial skills are required for effective management of companies engaged in international business with an emphasis on international financial management, extension of closed economy financial management techniques to the global market environment. Topics include balance of payments and exchange rate determination, the hedging of exchange rate risk, multinational capital budgeting, political risk … read more
The focus of this course will be on the human side of enterprise and how individuals and their organizations impact each other. Cultural diversity, respect of the individual and interpersonal skills will be addressed.
This course examines the role of the marketing function of global firms participating in both consumer and business markets, with emphasis on tactical and operating decisions and decision-making processes. Areas to be studied include market and customer analysis, market segmentation and marketing mix tactics and implementation.
This course explores the various aspects of decision making in business organizations and in life. Primary attention is given to the processes that surround and shape the decision making process. Information processing, attention allocation and preference processing are also examined. Biases and other decision making pathologies are examined in the hopes of improving the decision making process. A power-based model of decision making is also addressed.