Dibrugarh University - B.Com 6th Semester: International Finance Syllabus

Marks: 80 Hours: 40
Objective: The course aims at familiarizing students with some important issues in International finance.
Course Contents:
UNIT-I: Introduction: Meaning of International Finance, Benefits of Studying International Finance, Growth of International Trade. Risks and Rewards of International Trade.                               20 : 10 hrs
UNIT-II: International Monetary System: History ; Breton Woods system and the period after 1971; IMF and World Bank.                     20 : 10 hrs
UNIT-III: Foreign Exchange Market ; Exchange rate determination and its mechanism; Exchange rate fluctuations –import on foreign trade and investment; Currency exposure management.                    20 : 10 hrs
UNIT-IV: World Financial Markets; Eurocurrency markets; Arbitraging Currency Transactions.             20 : 10 hrs
Text and Reference Books:
1. Bhalla V.K.: International Financial Management Text & Cases; Anmol Publications, New Delhi.
2. Jain P.K. and Yadav Surendra S: Foreign exchange Markets; Macmillan, New Delhi.
3. Buckley: Multinational Finance: Prentice Hall India, New Delhi.
4. Seth A.K.: International Finance; Galgotia Publishing Company, Kerol Bagh, New Delhi.
5. Siddaiah: International Financial Management, Pearson, New Delhi.
6. Eiteman: Multinational Business Finance, Pearson, New Delhi.

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