International Money and Finance, Ninth Edition presents an institutional and historical overview of international finance and international money, illustrating how key economic concepts can illuminate real world problems.
With three substantially revised chapters, and all chapters updated, it functions as a finance book that includes an international macroeconomics perspective in its final section. It emphasizes the newest trends in research, neatly defining the intersection of macro and finance.
Successfully used worldwide in both finance and economics departments at both undergraduate and graduate levels, the book features current data, revised test banks, and sharp insights about the practical implications of decision-making.
- Includes current events, such as the LIBOR and Greek crises
- increases emphasis on countries other than the US
- Minimizes prerequisites to encourage use by students from varied backgrounds
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Part I: The International Monetary Environment 1. The Foreign Exchange Market 2. International Monetary Arrangements 3. The Balance of Payments
Part II: International Parity Conditions 4. Forward-Looking Market Instruments 5. Eurocurrency Markets and the LIBOR 6. Exchange Rates, Interest Rates, and Interest Parity 7. Prices, Exchange Rates, and Purchasing Power Parity
Part III: Risk and International Capital Flows 8. Foreign Exchange Risk and Forecasting 9. Financial Management of the Multinational Firm 10. International Investment 11. International Lending and Crises
Part IV: Modeling the Exchange Rate and Balance of Payments 12. Determinants of the Balance of Trade 13. The IS-LM-BP Approach 14. The Monetary Approach 15. Extensions and Challenges to the Monetary Approach
Michael Melvin is with the Rady School of Management at UCSD where he coordinates and teaches in the Master of Finance program. Prior roles include Managing Director and Head of Currency and Fixed Income Research at BlackRock, Adjunct Professor at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, Co-editor of the Journal of International Money & Finance, and Professor of Economics at Arizona State University.
Stefan Norrbin is a Professor of Economics. His research interests and fields of specialization are in International Finance and Trade, Applied Macroeconomics, and Applied Econometrics. After earning his Ph.D. from ASU in 1986, Dr. Norrbin joined the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa as an Assistant Professor of Economics for three years. He left the UA to work with McKinsey & Co. in Stockholm, Sweden, as an Associate/Financial Institutions Specialist. His tasks were to research and advice on mergers and strategic positioning of banks and insurance firms. In 1990 Dr. Norrbin joined the Florida State University as a professor of economics.