Multinational Finance / Edition 3by Kirt C. Butler
Pub. Date: 06/30/2003
Publisher: Cengage Learning
MULTINATIONAL FINANCE provides a concise treatment of the investment and financial decisions facing the multinational corporation. The text provides a framework for evaluating the opportunities, costs and risks of multinational operations so readers can see beyond the algebra and terminology to general principles. It is distinguished by its logical organization,
MULTINATIONAL FINANCE provides a concise treatment of the investment and financial decisions facing the multinational corporation. The text provides a framework for evaluating the opportunities, costs and risks of multinational operations so readers can see beyond the algebra and terminology to general principles. It is distinguished by its logical organization, superior pedagogy, and clear, non-technical writing style. It includes the traditional international finance topics of foreign exchange, currency and derivatives markets, currency risk (transaction, operating and translation) management, country risk, taxation, capital structure, cost of capital, and international portfolio diversification. It also has unique chapters on multinational treasury management, options on real assets, corporate governance, asset pricing, and international portfolio management.
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Table of Contents
PART ONE: The International Financial Environment.
Chapter 1 An Introduction to Multinational Finance.
Chapter 2 World Trade and the International Monetary System.
Chapter 3 Foreign Exchange and Eurocurrency Markets.
Chapter 4 The International Parity Conditions.
PART TWO: Derivative Securities for Financial Risk Management.
Chapter 5 Currency Futures and Futures Markets.
Chapter 6 Currency Options and Options Markets.
Chapter 7 Currency Swaps and Swaps Markets.
PART THREE: Managing the Risks of Multinational Operations.
Chapter 8 The Rationale for Hedging Currency Risk.
Chapter 9 Treasury Management of International Transactions.
Chapter 10 Managing Transaction Exposure to Currency Risk.
Chapter 11 Managing Operating Exposure to Currency Risk.
Chapter 12 Managing Translation Exposure and Accounting for Financial Transactions.
PART FOUR: Valuation and the Structure of Multinational Operations.
Chapter 13 Foreign Market Entry and Country Risk Management.
Chapter 14 Cross-Border Capital Budgeting.
Chapter 15 Multinational Capital Structure and Cost of Capital.
Chapter 16 Taxes and Multinational Corporate Strategy.
Chapter 17 Real Options and Cross-Border Investment Strategy.
Chapter 18 Corporate Governance and the International Market for Corporate Control.
PART FIVE: International Portfolio Investment and Asset Pricing.
Chapter 19 International Capital Markets.
Chapter 20 International Portfolio Diversification.
Chapter 21 International Asset Pricing
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