To understand the problems global firms are likely to face, it is necessary to know about the global macro-economic environment within which these firms operate. Written with an Australasian perspective, International Financial Management is a new text written for financial managers that introduces students to international finance and a range of international issues associated with multinational finance. International Financial Management details the global macro-economic environment and the effect of various financial events on business and what steps need to be taken by the manager and organisation as a consequence of those events. In Part I & II, the student learns about the global macro-economic environment and related issues. Before learning about issues specific to organisations that are either in international trade phase or are full multinational in Part III. FEATURES * Written from the perspective of a financial manager* Considers the corporate governance structures and international finance* Presents impact of non-finance events on international finance such as SARS, terrorism and political risk* Most current textbook for 2006* Written for financial managers or future professionals who may find themselves working in an international business/finance environment rather than economists*'Worldview' chapter vignette present a range of international events and experiences relating to multinational finance and associated issues* End of chapters case studies present a diverse range of international finance issues that support the content of the chapter and encourage a broader
Out of Stock
Sorry but this item is out of stock, please check back again soon.