Part One: Foundations of International Financial ManagementChapter 1: Globalization and the Multinational FirmChapter 2: International Monetary SystemChapter 3: Balance of PaymentsChapter 4: Corporate Governance Around the World Part Two: The Foreign Exchange Market, Exchange Rate Determination, and Currency DerivativesChapter 5: The Market for Foreign ExchangeChapter 6: International Parity Relationships and Forecasting Foreign Exchange RatesChapter 7: Futures and Options on Foreign Exchange Part Three: Foreign Exchange Exposure and ManagementChapter 8: Management of Transaction ExposureChapter 9: Management of Economic ExposureChapter 10: Management of Translation Exposure Part Four: World Financial Markets and InstitutionsChapter 11: International Banking and Money MarketChapter 12: International Bond MarketChapter 13: International Equity MarketsChapter 14: Interest Rate and Currency SwapsChapter 15: International Portfolio Investment Part Five: Financial Management of the Multinational FirmChapter 16: Foreign Direct Investment and Cross-Border AcquisitionsChapter 17: International Capital Structure and the Cost of CapitalChapter 18: International Capital BudgetingChapter 19: Multinational Cash ManagementChapter 20: International Trade FinanceChapter 21: International Tax Environment and Transfer Pricing
Cheol S. Eun is the Thomas R. Williams Professor of International Finance at the DuPree College of Management, Georgia Institute of Technology. He has held appointments at the University of Minnesota, the University of Maryland where he received the Krowe Teaching Excellence Award, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Esslingen University of Technology in Germany. Professor Euns research on international finance appears in leading research journals including the Journal of Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of International Money and Finance and Management Science. Professor Eun chairs the annual Fortis/Georgia Tech Conference on International Finance the objectives of which are to promote research on international finance in a forum for academics, practitioners and regulators. He serves as a consultant to national and international organizations, including the World Bank and the Korean Development Institute, advising on capital market liberalization, global capital and exchange risk management. Bruce Resnick, Wake Forest University. Bruce G. Resnick is the Joseph M. Bryan Professor of Banking and Finance at the Babcock Graduate School of Management of Wake Forest. He has also taught at Indiana University, the University of Minnesota, California State University and at the Helsinki School of Economics. Professor Resnick has served as resident director of the Center for European Studies at the University of Limburg in the Netherlands. His research interests include efficiency of options and futures markets and empirical tests of asset pricing. A major focus is the optimal design of internationally diversified portfolios controlled for parameter uncertainty and exchange rate risk. In recent years, Professor Resnick has investigated international portfolio investment strategies applying information in the yield curve. His research has been published in major academic journals in finance. Bruce Resnick is an associate editor for the Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Multinational Financial Management and the Journal of Economics and Business.