Financial Markets and Investment

ECON471

The structure and workings of financial markets. Topics include risk-return relationships, aspects of portfolio selection, the capital asset pricing model, the arbitrage pricing theory, 300 Economics fixed income analysis, and aspects of derivatives. Prerequisites: Economics 205D or Economics 372; and Statistical Science 111, 230, 130 or 250, or Mathematics 230 or 342.

Curriculum Codes: 

SS, QS
Term: 
Spring 2017
Days: 
M, W
Time: 
10:05 AM - 11:20 AM
Instructor: 
T. Bollerslev
Room: 
Soc/Sci 113
Term: 
Fall 2016
Days: 
M, W
Time: 
1:25 PM - 2:40 PM
Instructor: 
J. Li
Room: 
Lang 109
Term: 
Fall 2017
Days: 
Tu, Th
Time: 
10:05am-11:20am
Instructor: 
T. Bollerslev
Room: 
SOC/SCI 113
Term: 
Spring 2018
Days: 
M, W
Time: 
3:05pm-4:20pm
Instructor: 
T. Bollerslev
Room: 
Soc/Sci 311