International Financial Management
International Financial Management combines the fundamental concepts of international finance with solid practical applications. This combination has made it the book of choice at a variety of institutions, including top business schools such as Wharton, Stanford, Northwestern, and INSEAD. Neither superficial nor overly theoretical, Eun and Resnick's approach offers a conceptually solid, yet still relevant, treatment of international financial topics that puts students on the right track to becoming effective global financial managers.
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