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1 MASTER OF SCIENCE FINANCIAL ECONOMICS ABAC SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY OF THAILAND

2 ECO 5001 Mathematics for Finance and Economics The uses of mathematical argument in extending the range, depth, and precision of economic analysis are explored. The central goal of the course is to promote sophistication in translating the logic of economic problems into tractable and fruitful mathematical models. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of optimization and strategic interaction. Students will gain some familiarity with the tools of calculus and linear algebra. ECO 5002 Basic Economics The course surveys the basic principles governing the allocation of resources. Microeconomic topics include wage and price determination, market mechanisms, efficiency, and related issues concerning industry structure. Macroeconomic topics include financial markets and the determination of national income, employment, and inflation. ECO 6001 Monetary Economics 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 6004 The course covers monetary theory and its relevance to macroeconomic policy. It analyses Keynesianism, new Keynesianism, monetarism and new classical macroeconomics and the implementation of such theories as part of monetary policy. Monetary policy is then examined against the background of the main financial institutions and markets, along with the financial instruments and derivatives created by such markets. ECO 6002 Econometrics I 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 5001 This course covers statistical foundations. The main focus is on the classical linear regression model. Basic mathematical skills are necessary for a full understanding of the material. The first half of the semester involves estimation, inference, and diagnostics. Microeconometric techniques such as panel data, qualitative response models, and nonparametric estimation will be introduced. The second half of the semester is devoted to time series econometrics. ECO 6003 Microeconomic 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 5002 This course studies the interdependence of production, consumption, and trading activities in capitalist economies. The first half of the course presents a well-developed but explanatorily limited theory according to which market prices serve to coordinate those activities; the second half explores a range of competitive interactions in which prices don't tell people what to do. Topics include prices, distribution, growth, and taxation in a simple model of the production of two goods; general-equilibrium allocations, their evaluation from the standpoints of efficiency and justice, and their manipulation by policy to correct for unpriced externalities; trade and production outside equilibrium; strategic interaction among rival producers; bargaining; the supply of credit to incompletely monitored investment projects; and the extraction of incompletely monitored labor from labor power.

3 ECO 6004 Macroeconomic 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 5002 This course covers the theory of economic growth and fluctuations. The first half of the course covers classical, Keynesian, and neoclassical theories of economic growth, technical change, and endogenous growth theory. The second half of the course centers on the theory of economic fluctuations, including the study of the dynamic interaction of the product, financial, and labor markets. ECO 6005 Econometrics II 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 6002 This course introduces students to modern financial econometrics, providing them with appropriate techniques for empirical investigation in financial economics. Basic models for asset price processes are introduced, including random walks, martingales, binomial trees and Brownian motion. The main concepts of estimation and testing in econometrics, such as consistency, hypotheses, power and bias are also introduced. In addition the course covers basic to vector autoregressions, cointegration, panel data models, event studies and various modeling techniques for capturing time-varying volatility in asset prices. Throughout the course links will be made between the techniques developed and those applied in the other courses. ECO 6006 Research in Financial Economics 3 (3 0) This course develops research skills: Literature review, reading and presenting others works; identifying research topics and narrowing it down to a research question; writing a research proposal; methodology: interplay between theory, econometrics and data. ECO 6007 Industrial Organization 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 6001 and ECO 6003 This course considers developments in industrial economic theory from the structure conduct performance paradigm through to the use of non-co-operative game theory to examine interactive behavior by firms, applied to key issues such as entry deterrence, collusive behavior and advertising strategies. It will then examine the empirical analysis of models of firms and industries in the literature. ECO 6008 World Economy & Globalization 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 6004 The course will introduce students to the new and evolving field of comparative economics that has emerged from the transition experience and the economics of transition. Before the economics of transition, comparative economics was devoted mostly to the comparison of capitalism and socialism, and in practice mostly to the study of socialist economic systems. The transition experience and the economics of transition has shown the importance of the institutions underlying the capitalist system. Comparative economics is now turning to the comparative analysis of institutions of existing capitalist systems and to the historical evolution of those institutions

4 ECO 6101 Seminar in Financial Economics 3 (3 0) The course is a review of principles, applications, and problems in financial economics. In class discussions, students are assigned to work out and analyze contemporary issues and academic papers. Students become familiar with the development of financial economics issues and the tools that has been used to address those issues. ECO 6102 Current Issues in Economics 3 (3 0) The course is a discussion of current issues in economics. Students become familiar with the development of economic policies and issues. ECO 6888 Independent Study 6 (6 0) This is a student-initiated course that gives students the opportunity to pursue advanced research on a specific topic with the guidance of a faculty member. FIN 5001 Basic Finance It provides an overview of the different areas of finance and also serves as a foundation in the basic tools and techniques of finance. In addition, it covers the impact of markets and institutions on businesses. Students should realize that this course is simply an introduction to financial topics. Many of the finer points of finance, in-depth concepts, and applications are covered in advanced finance classes. FIN 5002 Basic Financial Accounting This course explores the basic principles and techniques underlying the financial statements typically issued to the general public. Generally accepted accounting principles, the accounting transaction cycle, the financial statements and the specific items which make up the balance sheet are examined. The broad aims of the course are to provide you with a sound introduction to the general concepts of financial accounting; procedures used in the preparation of financial statements; and the use of accounting information in financial decision making. FIN 6001 Corporate Financial Decisions 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 5001 This course provides an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of corporate finance. It forms the foundation for all subsequent finance courses such as advanced corporate finance, speculative markets, investments, and security analysis. The purpose of this course is to develop a framework for analyzing investment and financing decisions. Since the emphasis is on the fundamental concepts underlying modern corporate finance, the approach will be analytical and rigorous; familiarity with accounting, mathematical and statistical tools is advantageous. The topics covered in the course include: (1) discounted cash flow (time value of money); (2) capital budgeting techniques; (3) portfolio analysis and the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM); (4) security market efficiency; and (5) corporate financing and optimal capital structure.

5 FIN 6002 Financial Economics 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: ECO 6003, ECO 6004 and FIN 6001 This course studies the interaction of the financial markets and economic activity. The financial markets to be considered here encompass the money and bond market, credit market, stock market, and foreign exchange market. Economic activity is described by the activity of households, firms, banks, governments, and countries. The course shows how economic activity affects the financial markets and how the financial markets, financial market volatility, and instability feed back to economic activity. Emphasis is given to the theory and empirical work on credit and derivative markets, bond prices and yield curves, stock price dynamics, CAPM and static and dynamic portfolio theory, and consumption- and production-based asset pricing models. Further topics are the impact of the volatility of asset prices on economic activity, the economics of risk, and financial fragility and crises. FIN 6003 Financial Derivatives & Risk Management 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6006 and ECO 6002 This course introduces basic stochastic models for financial derivatives such as options and futures -- important instruments in risk management. The story of financial derivatives is told from two perspectives, pricing and trading, which are balanced through Arbitrage Pricing Theory. The course combines theoretical and practical aspects of option pricing and trading, using real world examples for illustration, and focuses on discrete time models for option pricing and trading. FIN 6004 Money Markets & Financial Institutions 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6001 This course discusses how financial markets operate and considers the economic principles that underlie the operations of these markets. This course also examines why financial intermediaries are critical to the effective functioning of financial markets. Finally, it explores ways in which financial markets and institutions have undergone remarkable transformations in the past 20 years. FIN 6005 International Finance 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6001 and ECO 6004 This course is devoted to studying international monetary economics and finance theoretically and empirically. We begin with a historical overview of the gold standard, the Bretton Woods system, and current international monetary regimes and currency systems. We then examine theoretically and empirically the balance of trade and balance of payment accounts and their adjustments. Next, exchange rate systems and exchange rate determination and adjustments are studied with particular attention to empirical studies on exchange rate dynamics and their impact on macroeconomics. Special emphasis will be given to the study of international monetary and financial arrangements, the financial sector, and financial instability and monetary and fiscal policy issues. Topics include issues of exchange rate volatility and its impact on the real and financial sector, foreign debt, capital flows, currency runs, and international portfolio choice; World Bank and IMF policies and issues concerning financial market liberalization; international financial regulations; and international financial architecture. FIN 6006 Investment & Portfolio Management 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6001 This course is an introduction to investments. It considers some investment theory and some practical applications of this theory. This is not a how-to-invest-to-get-rich-quickly class. We will discuss primarily five blocks of material: (i) Some institutional details and review; (ii) Utility and risk aversion as the basis for risk return tradeoff; (iii) Neoclassical portfolio choice theory; (iv) Securities pricing: Capital Asset Pricing Model; (iv) Fund management and performance evaluation.

6 FIN 6007 Advanced Financial Accounting 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 5002 This course will be organized around how companies run their businesses. Particular attention is paid to the incentives of company management in terms of financial reporting. We also will concentrate on how financial analysts use financial statement information. FIN 6008 Business Analysis & Valuation 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6001 and ECO 6004 This course examines the role of financial statement analysis in the evaluation of the firm s financial performance and the prediction of its future economic condition. The perspective taken is that of an outsider relying on publicly available information for decision making purposes. FIN 6009 Fixed-Income Securities 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6006 The goal of the course is to cover a complete conceptual framework for fixed income valuation and risk management. To achieve this goal, we focus on a narrow set of fixed income security types with riskless and deterministic cash flows. This permits us to explore a richer set of analytic concepts starting at the security level and working up to the portfolio level. The difficult task is in understanding how all the concepts synthesize into one large piece of portfolio management FIN 6010 Business Management for Financial Professionals 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6001 The aim of this course is to examine the evolution of entrepreneurships from new ventures to sustainable business models or entrepreneurially-oriented, professionally managed firms. The central focus of the course is the critical role of opportunity creation and recognition and the entrepreneur, as the principle success factors in new enterprise formation and management. FIN 6101 Seminar in Ethics & Standards 3 (3 0) Prerequisite: FIN 6002 The purpose of this course is to strengthen the ability to anticipate, critically analyze, appropriately respond to, and provide leadership regarding, ethical issues in financial economics you will confront as employees and eventually as managers of people, projects, and corporations. FIN 6102 Current Issues in Finance 3 (3 0) The course discusses contemporary financial issues. Students become familiar with the development of financial theory, applications and issues.

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