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Winter semester
2015–2016
Tutor:
Doctor, Professor Viacheslav M.Shavshukov
e-mail:
[email protected]
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website: www.vshavshukov.com
Course
Global Finance
Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling
Saint-Petersburg State University
Faculty of Economics
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Literature
This course discusses the theory of globalization and reveals some objective
laws in global finance. The main objectives are:
Нобель, П. Швейцарское финансовое право и
международные стандарты /П.Нобель; (пер. с
англ.).– М.: Волтерс Клувер, 2007. – 1152 с.
Шавшуков, В.М. Формирование российского
сегмента глобальных финансов. – СПб.: Изд-во С.Петербургского университета, 2001. – 368 с.
Eng, Mahimo, Lees, Francis, Mayer Laurence. Global
Finance.
Addison-Wesley
Pub,
1997.
ISBN
0321015398
Gandolfo, G. International Finance and Open-Economy
Macro-economics. – Berlin: Springer-Verlag, New
York: Heidelberg, 2002. – 613 p.
International Finance /ed. J.J.Kirton. – London:
Ashgate, - 2009. – XXI, 559 p.
Pilbeam, K. International Finance. New York: Palgrave
Macmillan, 2005. – XXVI, 497 p.: il
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To review the basics of globalization: specifications of quantity, legal
basis, key features.
To explore the regularities and characteristics of BRICS and Russian
segment of global finance.
To examine the structure of global finance.
To provide theoretical and legal background, to identify
characteristics of international money markets, debt capital markets
and forex.
To examine the structure and carry out case studies of international
financial markets, transactions and assets management.
Study Program
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Introduction. The analyses of references and data sources – 1 hour
Globalization – comprehensive financial and economic environment of
international financial markets – 2 hours
Structure of Global financial system – 2 hours
Globalization of international banking – 3 hours
International money market – 2 hours
International debt capital markets – 4 hours
Forex – 2 hours
Capital Movement in the World Economy – 2 hours
Emerging markets in the global economy – 2 hours
Crises of global finance (1984–2014) – 4 hours
Requirements
This introductory course has no specific course prerequisites except basic ones:
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Statistics of IMF (World economic outlook, International Financial Statistics),
BIS (BIS quarterly review), World Bank, ECB (Financial stability review), FT,
FAZ, WSJ.
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Business
Basic ability to work with business data and analytics providing by Bloomberg,
Reuters Dealing, Dow Jones Telerate, Moody`s Investor services, S&P, Fitch
and audit companies.
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References
Ability to read and effectively use textbooks, workbook, presentation and
articles.
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