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This text is a theoretical and practical analysis International Financial Management. It builds upon the key ideas that are taught throughout the traditional finance curriculum, explaining how financial concepts such as capital budgeting are applied in a global setting.
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Roy L. Crum is Professor of Finance at the University of Florida. He received his MBA and Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin and his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Texas. Prior to his appointment at the University of Florida, Dr. Crum was a U.S. Navy submarine officer specializing in naval intelligence. Dr. Crum has worked as a consultant to the World Bank in private sector development activities in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and is currently involved with several projects relating to business school program development in both Russia and the Kyrgyz Republic. Dr. Crum has published widely in the areas of corporate finance and international business. His research focuses primarily on the evaluation of foreign direct investments, inflation, and international cash flow management. He has participated in management education programs for the World Bank, Russian Privatization Agency, Eurasia Foundation, and numerous other corporate and university sponsors. Dr. Crum received teaching awards in 1990, 1992, and 1999, and was a recipient of the Teaching Incentive Program Award in 1999. He is an honorary professor at two foreign universities. Apart from his professional activities, Dr. Crum enjoys gardening, wood working, and travel to exotic destinations. He is an amateur archeologist and particularly enjoys trips where he has an opportunity to combine his interests in ancient cultures, historical preservation, and emerging markets.Review:
PART I. INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT. 1. Introduction to International Finance. 2. Foreign Exchange Markets and International Institutions. 3. Exchange Rate Analysis. 4. Foreign Direct Investment. PART II. INTERNATIONAL ANALYSIS AND SECURITIES. 5. Risk and Return. 6. Financial Statement Analysis. 7. Bonds and Bond Markets. 8. Stocks and Stock Markets. PART III. INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE FINANCE. 9. Cost of Capital. 10. Capital Budgeting: the Basics. 11. Capital Budgeting: Risk Analysis and Real Options. 12. Capital Structure and Distribution Policy. 13. Working Capital Management. PART IV. INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE STRATEGY. 14. Derivatives and Risk Management. 15. Multinational Tax Management.
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