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This course will teach students how to record business transactions following a double-entry system and how to prepare financial statements—income statements and Balance Sheets similar to the ones reported by famous corporations such as Apple, Google, Microsoft.
This course provides students with an overview of derivative markets (forwards, futures and options), introduces them to valuation techniques and shows them how to apply their knowledge on derivatives when making investment decisions.
During this course, participants will study the necessary ingredients to create a successful monetary union, the main economic crises in recent years, which policies are necessary to correct and improve the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and which policies can prevent future economic and financial crises in the European Union (EU).
During this course, you will deep dive into technical analysis and take an overarching look at trading. It is not only return that counts, risk has to be taken into account as well, and you will learn all about this during the course.
Participants will get familiar with macroeconomic datasets and national accounting, and learn how to work, solve and parameterize RBC and DSGE models. In addition, they will attain proficiency in the Dynare software, the most widely used software for policy analysis.
Participants will work in teams and utilise design thinking processes and tools to build an innovative product or service. This will involve understanding your prospective customers, building prototypes, and refining the product or service based on customer feedback.
This course aims to, among others, identify new developments in the field of HRM, and develop the necessary insights and skills for international managers and professionals to operate successfully in a highly competitive, international context.
This course provides managers and leaders with conceptual and practical frameworks for successfully managing people and teams in times of disruption, and allows them to develop the necessary insights and skills to operate successfully in a rapidly developing environment.
During this course, you will master derivatives and hedging, and learn how to work with and read financial statements properly. By combining your knowledge of derivatives, hedging and financial statements, you will be able to recommend appropriate actions for problems that companies face on a daily basis.
This course aims to make students financial analysts. During the course, students will learn how to analyse financial statements of two or more corporations (such as Microsoft and Apple) to compare and contrast the performance, liquidity and solvency from the points of view of a manager, banker or shareholder.
All investors – from the largest endowment funds to the smallest retail investors – share similar issues in investing: how to meet their liabilities/goals, how to decide where to invest and how much risk to take. During this course, students will learn how to think about, discuss and formulate solutions to these investment issues.
This course provides an overview of the crescent field of consumer neuroscience and explores the applications of neurosciences in different fields, such as neuroeconomics and neuromarketing. At the end of the course, participants will be able to develop innovative ways of using neuroscientific techniques in different contexts.
This course provides an introduction to modern monetary theory. During the course, participants will examine the balance sheets and transactions that are relevant for understanding modern money, with a focus on the Eurozone.
Why do few countries succeed while many fail? Why is development so hard? This course introduces participants to the challenges of economic development. Based on a formulation of the problem (“What do we mean by development?”), they will be introduced to an overview of attempts to address the various challenges – both in theory and practice – with selective deep-dives.