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Prerequisites: Open to MBA students, others with consent. Not open to students who have passed or are currently enrolled in BADM 5170.
Grading Basis: Graded
Provides a foundation in the economics of markets, with particular application to financial markets and the role of information. Specific topics include the following: (1) the basic principles of supply, demand, profit maximization, price determination, international trade, and exchange rates; (2) the basic structure of modern, global financial markets, as an application of the basic economic principles; (3) the use of information and information technology in financial markets, including use of the internet, Bloomberg, Dow Jones and other computerized sources of information; and (4) a review of the "efficient market hypothesis."
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|Term||Class Number||Campus||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Session||Schedule||Enrollment||Location||Credits||Grading Basis||Notes|
|1218 1985 1 M20||Fall 2021||1985||Stamford||In Person||Schwartz, Daniel||M20||Reg||Mo 7:00pm‑10:00pm
|1218 1362 1 R10||Fall 2021||1362||Hartford||In Person||Sinha, Raju||R10||Reg||We 6:00pm‑9:00pm
|1223 12554 1 M20||Spring 2022||12554||Stamford||In Person||Smith, Edward||M20||Reg||Mo 7:00pm‑10:00pm
|1223 11886 1 R10||Spring 2022||11886||Hartford||In Person||Sinha, Raju||R10||Reg||We 6:00pm‑9:00pm