Over the years, I have taught a number of courses, including:
- The core Finance course (BBA and MBA)
- Valuation (MBA)
- Social Venture Fund
- Investments (basic investments and advanced fixed income securities; BBA and MBA)
- Options and Futures (basic and advanced; BBA and MBA)
- Game Theory and Asymmetric Information (PhD)
2017-18 CoursesFIN 503: Financial Management (Fall 2017)
Or, put more succinctly, the course is about cash flows and discount rates; how you determine them and what you do with them.Here is the syllabus for the course.
FIN 865: Asymmetric Information, Part I (Fall 2017)
This Ph.D. course is designed to introduce students to some of the tools used in modeling asymmetric information, and explore some applications in finance and in other areas. The prequisite for the course is Economics 603-604 or an equivalent class. Topics touched upon include signaling games, adverse selection and moral hazard, dynamic contracts, and (if we have time) incomplete contracts. For much of the course, the focus is on applications of asymmetric information models, with many of the applications being drawn from Corporate Finance.
Here is the syllabus for the course.
In Fall 2017, part II of this course will be taught by my colleague Paolo Pasquariello, and will focus on ``Trading and Price Formation".