Professor: Thomas Wu
Grade Received: B-
UCSC Class Description
“International financial management analyzes the key financial markets and instruments that facilitate trade and investment activity on a global scale. Inquiry spans two areas: (1) economic determinants of prices in international financial markets; and (2) decisions facing private individuals and enterprises, with topics including capital financing, investment, and risk management.”
The Work I Did
In this class I learned about macro and finance concepts to understand all major financial crises. I was tested with two midterms and a final asking me to answer questions based on the course material. The catch – and biggest take away – was the ability to write and explain this knowledge in terms that non-economists can understand.
Using the knowledge I was taught I did this sort of work: