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Unformatted text preview: Fall 2008 Engineering 120 Industrial Engineering & Operations Research August 27, 2008 Page 1 of 3 Engineering 120 Principles of Engineering Economics Lectures : MW 9-10AM, 277 Cory Hall Discussion Sections : F 9-10AM, 277 Cory Hall Course Website : http://bspace.berkeley.edu Instructor : Ismail Ceylan, [email protected], 642-8253 GSI : Kerem Tutuncu, [email protected] Instructor OH : W 10-12noon, 4115 Etcheverry GSI OH : Th 1-3pm, 1116 Etcheverry This is a course on economic analysis for corporate decision making through valuation of future cash flows. The emphasis will be on the valuation of financial instruments available to firms such as bonds, common stocks and options. The course also provides background on capital markets, risk management and the jargon used therein. Among the topics covered are bond and project valuation, interest rate risk, portfolio choice in stock markets, the capital asset pricing model and hedging via derivative securities. Textbook and Handouts The following will be the main course text: Ross, Westerfield and Jordan, “Fundamentals of Corporate Finance: Alternate Edition”, 8th edition, McGraw-Hill Irwin, ISBN 978-0073282114....
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2008 for the course E 120 taught by Professor Alder during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.
- Fall '08
- Operations Research