Taught in English. The ever-evolving financial institutions are the major vehicles through which the financial activities take place. We need to fully utilize the financial system for efficient resource allocation and, on the other hand, we need to avoid the negative impact of the fluctuations of the financial market. This course focuses on the organizational structure of the financial system and discusses the theoretic foundation of major financial institutions and financial regulations in addition to related practical issues. The development of the Chinese financial system will also be discussed. (TU #30510962)
Class taught by Tsinghua University and may not be available every semester. Tsinghua’s exam schedule for this course may require students to stay beyond the regular Syracuse Beijing program end-date.
Registration restriction: Closed to SU Management School majors and minors.
Prereq: Principles of economics course