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Institutional Finance,Trading and Markets

FIN 567

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Financial institutions play an increasingly dominant role in modern finance. This course studies the financial system and its protagonists, with a focus on efficiency and stability. It covers important theoretical concepts and recent developments in asset pricing under asymmetric information, market microstructure, and financial intermediation. Topics include market efficiency, liquidity crises, asset price bubbles, herding, risk management, market design and financial regulation.
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