Multinational Finance

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Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2000 - Business & Economics - 798 pages
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Multinational Financial offers a clear, authoritative and comprehensive description of the theory and practice of multinational financial management. For the fourth edition, both the content and number of chapters have been expanded and updated to reflect the fast-paced changes which have taken place in the field of financial management over the last few years. New chapters on corporate finance around the world, practicalities of international capital budgeting, options (including the option pricing table), cash management and the Euro have been added. In addition, coverage of exchange rates, risk and international investment has been substantially expanded.Features: ? Test banks containing exercises and multiple choice questions are included at the end of each part.? Each chapter ends with an extensive summary, signposted with bullet points to ease the revision of key points by students.? Suggested answers to a selection of the exercises and to all multiple-choice questions are given at the end of the text allowing for self-assessment. ? Comprehensive glossary and references.Multinational Finance is suitable for undergraduate, MBA and other postgraduate courses in international fi

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Contents

The international monetary system
15
Corporate finance around the world
37
Part B FOREIGN EXCHANGE
57
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Dr. Adrian Buckley is Professor of International Finance at Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University and a Visiting Professor at the Free University, Amsterdam.

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