International Investment

The aim of this module is to provide the students with the tools to be able to understand the microstructure of the international financial markets. It then goes on to deal with: the transaction costs; asymmetric information, and intraday price dynamics. The module also provides new techniques for estimating transaction costs and market liquidity of the international financial markets.

Method of assessment:

Computer-based exercises (30%) and a 2-hour written examination (70%)