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His research interests are in the impact of information technology on market behavior and changes in market efficiency, housing market and policy, IPOs and ADRs, option to develop land, and exotic options. He has presented at the ASSA-AREUEA, ITFA, FMA, and other international annual conferences in America, Asia, Australia, East and West Europe. His research has appeared in the Journal of Financial Research, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Applied Financial Economics, Journal of Real Estate Research, and Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management.
FNCE 311: Managerial Finance
A study of basic financial management principles and techniques. Specific topics covered include the national and global financial environments, ethical issues and financial decision-making, valuation and analysis techniques, asset management, and capital budgeting. Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Prerequisites: ACCT 103, ECON 205, and junior or senior status.
FNCE 316: International Finance
An advanced course in financial decision-making in the international context. Emphasis is given to micro- and macroeconomic analysis of international financial accounting, foreign exchange and financial markets, multinational financial operations, foreign investment, and the rapidly changing institutional structure of international finance. Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Prerequisites: FNCE 311 and junior or senior status. Offered every spring