Here is a summary of our great spring 2018 line-up of financial economics courses.
Required for FE minor
- Prof. Duffee, Corporate finance (MW 12:00-1:15).
- Barbera: Macroecoomic Strategies, W 1:30-3:50
- Faust: Financial markets and institutions, TTh 10:30-11:45
- Jeanne: International Monetary Economics, TTH 12:00-1:15
- Financial Accounting (from the CLE, EN.660.203)
Special electives for spring
- Heerdt, History and Future of the Hedge fund industry (TTh 9:00-10:15).
This course was new in Fall 2017, and the early returns are great.
- Norris, Rethinking Macroeconomics after the Great Recession (TTh 4:30-5:45).
Floyd Norris is a former lead financial correspondant for the New York Times and is teaching this writing-intensive course for the second time.
The reality roundtable:
- Faust and Norris, Finance and the Macroeconomy (W 12:00-1:00)
Known as the Reality Roundtable, this is a 1 credit, S/U course.
Other notable offerings—not FE electives
- Dasgupta, Economic Experience of BRIC Countries (TTh 1:30-2:45)
- Knapp, Managerial Economics and Business Strategy, (MW 1:30-4:00)
- Korinek, AI, Automation, and Economics, (M 1:30-4:00)
- Takahashi, Numerical Simulation for Mergers and Competition Policy, (Th 3:00-5:30)
Wishing you all a great spring term.