13 July 2018
Contemporary history unveils a sophistication of financial markets and instruments—in an interplay of asymmetry of information, principal-agent disconnect, and externalities—to the extent of making them vague and obscure to common understanding. The objective of this course is to develop a critical thinking and assessment of modern financial and accounting tools and practices that shaped today’s economy.
After attending the course, you should be able to:
- Define the goals of corporations,
- Assess tail risks,
- Unravel the different levels of market efficiency,
- Understand the implications of risk seeking, information asymmetry, and leverage,
- Elaborate on the major financial events of the past 30 years.
Professor Marian Moszoro, Is both an academic and practitioner. In 2005-2006 was appointed Undersecretary of State and Deputy Minister of Finance of Poland, the youngest ever in that position. He was also Chairman of Bank BGK that specializes in servicing
Bachelor’s and master’s level students.
The objective of this course is to develop a critical thinking and assessment of modern financial and accounting tools and practices that shaped today’s economy.
It is possible to be enrolled in two courses and be credited 8 ECTS.
EUR 450: 430 Euro fee for one course, inauguration and graduation, access to SGH’s library and university’s computers with internet, „welcome package”.
Fee for the second course is 260 Euro.
EUR 270: This fee is optional and includes accommodation in students’ dormitory, double or triple rooms, 10 breakfast before classes (at about 8 a.m.) and 10 lunches (at about 12.30 p.m.) from Monday to Friday each week. Detailed information at official website.