Course Descriptions 2015-2016 - Finance - Course Descriptions Finance 28C00100 Corporate Finance(6 cr Responsible teacher Bunyamin nal Status of the

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Course Descriptions - Finance 28C00100 Corporate Finance (6 cr) Responsible teacher: Bunyamin Önal Status of the Course: DR 2013 Bachelor’s programme, mandatory course of the Finance specialization area DR 2005 Bachelor’s programme in Accounting, Finance and Business Law, common mandatory course of the programme Finance minor mandatory course Level of the Course: Intermediate studies Teaching period: I (fall 2015) Otaniemi campus Workload: Classroom hours, 24 h Class preparation, 24 h Excercise hours, 8 h Exercise preparation, 50 h Demos, 8 h Demo preparation, 12 h Exam preparation, 30 h Exam, 3 h Learning Outcomes: By the end of the course, the students will be able to show detailed understanding of the decisions facing the financial management of a business enterprise, such as payout policy, capital structure decisions, working capital management, and others. Content: Corporate financing; dividend policy; capital structure; debt financing; financial planning; credit and cash management; mergers, acquisitions and corporate control. The assignments require fluency in the use of a spreadsheet program. Assessment Methods and Criteria: 1. Lectures, Assistant Professor Bünyamin Önal 2. Exercises (40%), Assistant Professor Bünyamin Önal 3. Final exam (60%) based on the lectures, exercises, the textbook and other readings handed out in class. Study Material: Brealy, Myers & Allen (2014, 11 th edition) Principles of Corporate Finance. Earlier editions can also be used. Availability Other readings handed out in class Course Homepage: Evaluation: 0-5 Registration for Courses: Via WebOodi. See the registration time in WebOodi. Please register for the lecture and for one of the exercise groups. A maximum of 120 students will be accepted to each exercise group (a total of 240 students). Course exam requires a separate registration via WebOodi. For any registration related matter, please contact the department study coordinator. Language of Instruction: English 28C00200 Econometrics for Finance (6 cr) Responsible teacher: Matthijs Lof Status of the Course: B.Sc., mandatory course of the Finance specialization area DR2013 Finance master level minor, mandatory course DR2005 Finance minor elective course Level of the Course: Intermediate studies Teaching period: I (Fall 2015) Otaniemi campus Workload: Classroom hours, 30 h
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Course Descriptions - Finance Class preparation, 42 h Preparing exercise sets, 50 h Exam preparation, 37 h Exam, 3 h Learning Outcomes: By the end of the course, students will be familiar with basic econometric methods; be able to implement these methods using the R language ( ); know how to interpret statistical results correctly and draw appropriate conclusions. Content: The course provides an introduction to the standard linear regression model, which is the core of econometrics. Topics include estimation by ordinary least squares (OLS), interpreting regression results, hypothesis testing, and misspecification issues. In addition to the standard regression model, we will look at event-study methodology, instrumental variables and panel data. This is an applied course,
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