|Corporate Finance Lecture Notes|
Aswath Damodaran, New York University
This is a corporate finance course that has two sets of lecture notes called Management Objectives and Investment Analysis, and Capital Structure, Dividend Policy and Valuation. The goal of class is to convey the uses of corporate finance techniques in the real world.
|MGMT 370: Corporate Finance|
Peter Went, Bucknell University
Principles of corporate finance theory and management. Lectures and case discussions. Topics include financial analysis and planning, working capital management, capital budgeting, long-term financing and capital structure, and dividend policy.
|Mathematics of Finance I|
Marco Avellaneda, New York University
This course covers the basic mathematical concepts in derivative asset pricing. It provides a description of the principal assets traded in financial markets and an in-depth discussion of Arbitrage Pricing Theory. The theory is applied to the pricing options and derivative securities in the contexts of binomial probability trees and the Black-Scholes lognormal model. The dynamical hedging of option portfolios and of tailor-made financial derivatives is discussed.
|Economics 36: Theory of Finance|
Katerina Simons, Dartmouth College
This course covers the three major decision making areas in finance: the investment, financing and asset management decisions. It will help you understand how funds are raised and allocated in the financial markets. Beginning with portfolio theory and the tradeoff between risk and return, it shows how the definition of investor risk depends crucially upon diversification.
|Intro to Corporate Finance|
Various, New York University
Every decision that a business makes has financial implications, and any decision which affects the finances of a business is a corporate finance
decision. The course discusses real life applications of corporate finance decision making.
|Business Administration 130|
Brad DeLong, University of California at Berkeley
This is an introductory course to corporate finance. It discusses present value equations, the use of NPV, investment decisions, the CAPM, capital budgeting and more.
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