CH01 - GLOBAL CORPORATE FINANCE Sixth Edition INSTRUCTOR'S...

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GLOBAL CORPORATE FINANCE Sixth Edition INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL Suk H. Kim University of Detroit Mercy Seung H. Kim St. Louis University i
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PREFACE The purpose of the Instructor's Manual for Global Corporate Finance is to help instructors use the textbook effectively in teaching international finance courses. The Instructor's Manual contains the following items: 1. Chapter outlines. 2 Chapter objectives. 3 Key terms and concepts 4. Answers to end-of-chapter questions. 5. Answers to end-of-chapter problems. 6. Answers to end-of-case questions. 7. Test bank. Chapter outlines, chapter objectives, and key terms along with other materials such as lecture notes are designed to provide instructors with teaching notes so that their burden can be alleviated. It is important to understand that answers to end-of-chapter questions, end-of-chapter problems, and end-of-case questions in this Manual represent suggested answers. A test bank of 500 multiple-choice questions is available to instructors. However, some instructors may wish to use subjective test questions, such as essay questions and/or problems rather than multiple- choice questions. End-of-chapter questions and key terms listed in each chapter of the Manual can be easily incorporated into essay questions . Numerical examples within the text and end-of- chapter problems can be used as additional test problems with slight modifications such as changing numbers. This Manual has approximately 80 multiple-choice problems. They are written in question form so that instructors can use them as test problems without any modifications. Transparency masters of lecture notes prepared by Kim and Kim are available to adopters of this book from: Suk H. Kim College of Business Administration The University of Detroit Mercy PO Box 19900 Detroit, MI 48219-0900 Fax: (313) 993-1673/1052 E-mail: [email protected] Web page: www.mich.com/~kimsuk ii
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CONTENTS Preface ………………………………………………………………………………. . i Chapter 1: Introduction ………………………………………………………………. .1 Chapter 2: Motives for World Trade and Foreign Investment ………………………. .9 Chapter 3: The Balance of Payments ……………………………………………… 19 Chapter 4: The International Monetary System …………………………………… 27 Chapter 5: The Foreign Exchange Market and Parity Conditions …………………. . 35 Chapter 6: Currency Futures and Options ………………………………………… 45 Chapter 7: Financial Swaps ………………………………………………………….54 Chapter 8: Exchange Rate Forecasting ……………………………………………….62 Chapter 9: Foreign Exchange Risk Management …………………………………….72 Chapter 10: International Financial Markets …………………………………………86 Chapter 11: International Banking Issues and Country Risk Analysis ………………94
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CH01 - GLOBAL CORPORATE FINANCE Sixth Edition INSTRUCTOR'S...

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