FIN 440: International Finance
Larry Schrenk, Instructor
Textbook: . International Financial Management. McGraw-Hill: You may use either the 7th edition or the previous 6th edition.
You will save a considerable amount of money by purchasing the earlier edition...used copies of the 6th edition can be found for under $5 on Amazon.com. But any assignments will come from the newest edition.
CASE: "Cross-Border Valuation" (available here).
Calculator: You will need a calculator with financial functions for this class. If you already have a TI-83 or 84 Plus graphing calculator, you do not need to buy anything else. If not, you will need to get a financial calculator. (Unfortunately, basic scientific calculators normally do not have financial functions. If in doubt, contact me.) Do not spend a lot of money on a fancy model. A basic financial calculator should cost $30-$40 at many department stores (maybe cheaper if you get it online). The most common models are the HP 10bII, HP 10bII+ and TI BAII Plus. A financial calculator has many financial functions (so you won't need to memorize a lot of formulae for the exams), and we will go over the use of a financial calculator in the course. You can download a Financial Calculator Guide for the course. Either of the following are good choices: