This course examines international investments, and in so doing, focuses on the national authorities, multilateral organizations and inter-governmental institutions that regulate international finance. The study is organized conceptually around various markets: the capital and banking markets of the United States, Europe and Japan; the infrastructure of capital markets; financial instruments and offshore markets; and, emerging markets. Participants in these various international financial markets include suppliers and users of funds, as well as the banks and securities companies who intermediate between such suppliers and users.
Catalog Number: BUSCOM 674
Practice Areas: Business, Corporate,Trans Area , Constitutional Law , International Law Practice Area
Title: International Investment
Faculty: Kim, Young (courses | homepage)
Section: 1 Type: Lecture Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 65 Actual: 6