In a rapidly evolving and increasingly complex global economy, most key financial decisions such as investments in operations, procurement of capital, distributions to capital providers, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management all have inevitably international dimensions. This course analyzes corporate financial decisions from an international perspective, incorporating global differences in economic, political, and institutional environments. The course is designed to help students develop a strategic understanding of the key financial decisions faced by corporations today by putting these decisions in a global context. By the end of the course, students are equipped with analytical tools of varying complexity and gain a firm grounding on institutional realities that empower them to make sound financial management decisions in a complex international environment. Students may not count both MGMT E-2700 and MGMT E-2710 for degree or certificate credit.
Harvard Extension School
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