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International financial management / Geert Bekaert, Robert J. Hodrick.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Prentice Hall finance seriesPublication details: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009.Description: xxvii, 810 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0136054900
  • 9780136054900 (international student ed.)
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 21 658.1599 B.G. I 2009
Contents:
Pt. I. Introduction to foreign exchange markets and risks --
Ch. 1. Globalization and the multinational corporation --
Ch. 2. The foreign exchange market --
Ch. 3. Forward markets and transaction exchange risk --
Ch. 4. The balance of payments --
Ch. 5. Exchange rate systems --
Pt. II. International parity conditions and exchange rate determination --
Ch. 6. Interest rate parity --
Ch. 7. Speculation and risk in the foreign exchange market --
Ch. 8. Purchasing power parity and real exchange rates --
Ch. 9. Measuring and managing real exchange risk --
Ch. 10. Exchange rate determination and forecasting --
Pt. III. International capital markets --
Ch. 11. International debt financing --
Ch. 12. International equity financing --
Ch. 13. International capital market equilibrium --
Ch. 14. Political and country risk --
Pt. IV. International corporate finance --
Ch. 15. International capital budgeting --
Ch. 16. Additional topics in international capital budgeting --
Ch. 17. Risk management and the foreign currency hedging decision --
Pt. V. Managing ongoing operations --
Ch. 18. Financing international trade --
Ch. 19. Managing net working capital --
Pt. VI. Foreign currency derivatives --
Ch. 20. Foreign currency futures and options --
Ch. 21. Interest rate and foreign currency swaps.
Summary: "International Financial Management equips future business leaders with the tools they need to succeed in a competitive global environment. This new text by leading international scholars Bekaert and Hodrick blends theory, the analysis of data, examples, and practical case situations to allow students to truly understand what to do when confronted with an international financial decision and why that decision is correct."--BOOK JACKET.
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Books Books Main Library Main Stacks 658.1599 B.G. I 2009 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 00014323

Pearson international ed.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Pt. I. Introduction to foreign exchange markets and risks --

Ch. 1. Globalization and the multinational corporation --

Ch. 2. The foreign exchange market --

Ch. 3. Forward markets and transaction exchange risk --

Ch. 4. The balance of payments --

Ch. 5. Exchange rate systems --

Pt. II. International parity conditions and exchange rate determination --

Ch. 6. Interest rate parity --

Ch. 7. Speculation and risk in the foreign exchange market --

Ch. 8. Purchasing power parity and real exchange rates --

Ch. 9. Measuring and managing real exchange risk --

Ch. 10. Exchange rate determination and forecasting --

Pt. III. International capital markets --

Ch. 11. International debt financing --

Ch. 12. International equity financing --

Ch. 13. International capital market equilibrium --

Ch. 14. Political and country risk --

Pt. IV. International corporate finance --

Ch. 15. International capital budgeting --

Ch. 16. Additional topics in international capital budgeting --

Ch. 17. Risk management and the foreign currency hedging decision --

Pt. V. Managing ongoing operations --

Ch. 18. Financing international trade --

Ch. 19. Managing net working capital --

Pt. VI. Foreign currency derivatives --

Ch. 20. Foreign currency futures and options --

Ch. 21. Interest rate and foreign currency swaps.

"International Financial Management equips future business leaders with the tools they need to succeed in a competitive global environment. This new text by leading international scholars Bekaert and Hodrick blends theory, the analysis of data, examples, and practical case situations to allow students to truly understand what to do when confronted with an international financial decision and why that decision is correct."--BOOK JACKET.

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