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FIN 325 Corporate Finance (Spring 2016)

Course level: undergraduate

Professor: Michael Gofman

Course description:

The class builds foundation for corporate finance knowledge and its application to optimal financing of corporations. The class introduces students to financial frictions analysis (FFA) and how it allows firms to create value via financial decisions. During the course students climb the corporate finance knowledge ladder that has five steps: (1) definitions/language of corporate finance (2) institutional details (3) theory (4) knowledge and intuition for financial frictions (5) value creation with financial decisions. 

Office hours: Wednesday 2:30pm -- 4:30pm in Grainger 2167

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