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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Jan 16, 2018
 
Courses of Study 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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NCC 5060 - Managerial Finance

(crosslisted) LAW 6652  
     
Fall. 2.5 credits.

Limited enrollment. Johnson School core course. Non-Johnson students, see NCC 5560 .

G. Saar.

This courses introduces students to the basic concepts in finance, including the time value of money, the tradeoff between risk and return, and arbitrage. It is meant to give students a strong basis in finance that can be used in their professional careers as well as to provide the background necessary for more advanced finance classes. The topics we cover include how to move cash flows in time, the methods and principles of capital budgeting, valuation of bonds and stocks, how to characterize risk and return, and options pricing with applications to managerial decisions.



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