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- Financial theory and practices
- Financial analysis
- Risk management
- Finanacial management
- Bonds and interest rates
- Investment decision
- Behavioral finanace
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to financial theory and practice . It begins with fundamental concepts of financial management including background on the economic and financial environment, financial statement analysis, risk analysis, and the valuation process. This course poses three major questions that every business has to answer: Where do we invest our resources? (The investment decision), how should we fund these investments? (The Financing decision), and how much can and should we return to the owners? (The Dividend decision). The course provides the tools and the analytical techniques needed to answer these questions. The course draws deeply on empirical research to help channel managerial decisions.
Library of Congress Classes and Subclasses
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- HG1-9999: Finance
- HG4001-4285: Finance management. Business finance. Corporate finance
- HD61: Risk in industry. Risk management