F710 - Financial Economics and Quantitative Methods
This course explores the theoretical and conceptual foundations of finance, building on materials introduced in F600. Topics include utility maximization and choices involving risk, the quantification of risk and return, concepts of value, the investment, financing, and dividend decisions of firms, and asset pricing in perfect and imperfect markets. This course will be of particular interest to students considering further studies in finance or economics (MFin, MA, PhD).
- Prerequisite: F600 OR F650
- Cross-list: F770
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