Foundations of multinational financial management

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Wiley, Sep 13, 2004 - Business & Economics - 613 pages
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Take advantage of opportunities in multinational finance!

All too often, companies focus on the threats and risks inherent in venturing abroad. But multinational firms actually have unique opportunities that are not available to purely domestic firms.

Now updated, revised, and reorganized, Alan Shapiro's "Foundations of Multinational Financial Management, 5/e" will help you take advantage of these valuable opportunities. "Foundations" emphasizes broad concepts and practices and provides a clear conceptual framework for analyzing key financial decisions in multinational firms. The text treats international financial management as a natural and logical extension of the principles learned in the foundations course in financial management.

New Features Expanded discussion of China, its new role in the world economy, and its various economic policies, such as its weak yuan exchange rate policy. Mini-cases (at least one per chapter) and two new extended cases. Many new solved numerical problems, which illustrate the application of the various concepts and techniques presented in the text, as well as new end-of-chapter problems. Many new charts and illustrations of corporate practice that are designed to highlight specific techniques or teaching points. Numerous questions and problems at the end of each chapter, most of which are based on up-to-date information and real-life situations.

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Contents

Multinational Enterprise
2
Foreign Exchange Risk Management
27
The Determination of Exchange Rates
35
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University of Southern California.

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