FINC E-170 Global Economy Syllabus

FINC E-170 Global Economy Syllabus - HARVARD UNIVERSITY...

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Draft/Preliminary Syllabus “The International Economy and Business” (12518) FINC E 170 Professors Lal C. Chugh Wendy Jeffus Class Room: Sever 214 E-Mail: chugh@fas.harvard.edu Time: Mondays 5.30-7.30 pm wjeffus@yahoo.com Teaching Assistant: Ms Yu Zhang Email: qiqiqiqi@aol.com The International Economy and Business: The objectives of the course are to enhance our understanding of the economies of the world and their interdependence, and to analyze the impact of changing global financial and trade systems on businesses. The course includes topics related to integration such as EU, NAFTA and WTO, and international financial systems, such as currency union, fixed and floating exchange rate systems, IMF and international financing institutions. It also covers financing opportunities for businesses. The thrust of the course is to recognize dynamic overall global environment particularly in financial and trade areas, and analyze impact and opportunities for business. The course emphasizes case analyses and active class discussion. Textbook and other Materials A. 1. Required: Case Packet available at the COOP. It contains all the cases. 2. Recommended: International Business by Daniels & Radebaugh, Prentice Hall. (IB) 11 th edition ISBN 0131869426 [ISBN 13-9780131869424] . B.
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2009 for the course ECON E-170 taught by Professor Lagl during the Spring '09 term at Harvard.

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FINC E-170 Global Economy Syllabus - HARVARD UNIVERSITY...

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