Credits: 3 credits
Students examine international financial markets and institutions and their critical role in the global economy. Topics include the elements that constitute a global financial institution; types of financial institutions and markets; global market structure differences; recent market failures, their causes, and solutions; and global financial regulation and reform.
Prerequisite: BBUS 3150 or ECON 3100 or FNCE 3150 or equivalent
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