IBUS 3101 Syllabus Fall 2018.doc - George Washington University School of Business Course Syllabus COURSE NUMBER IBUS 6301-10(CRN 12388 SEMESTER Fall

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George Washington University School of Business Course Syllabus COURSE NUMBER : IBUS 6301-10 (CRN: 12388) SEMESTER : Fall 2016 (Wed: 7:10-9:40 p.m.) Class Room : Government 104 COURSE TITLE : International Business Finance COURSE DESCRIPTION : Analysis of critical international financial management issues and financial risks faced by businesses operating in global markets. Current developments in international monetary and financial environment, including global financial crisis of 2007-09 and the eurozone crisis as well as other international financial crises and their implications, and discussions of various international financing techniques. PROFESSOR : Professor Y. S. Park, DBA & PhD. Office: Funger Hall 401 (Dept of Int’l Business) Phone: 202-994-8215 e-mail: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS : Wednesday 4-6 p.m., and also by appointment. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK : Eiteman, Stonehill and Moffett, Multinational Business Finance , (14th Edition) Pearson, 2015. COURSE OBJECTIVES : The basic objective is to enhance the ability of students to understand the critical international financial and monetary issues and to analyze the financial problems arising in international operations of a firm. The course deals with the theories and practices of international financial management relevant for future practitioners in this field.

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