Course Description

LAWS 6328
Financial Decision-Making
General Description:
Applies concepts, ideas, insights, and principles of modern finance to real-world situations that lawyers will face in many areas of law. Analyzes present discounted value (time value of money), risk versus return, asset diversification, portfolio theory, efficient markets hypothesis, arbitrage, financial options, real options, financial signals, human capital, behavioral finance, socially responsible investing, neurofinance, happiness finance, and financial bubbles and crashes.

Select Term:

LAWS 6328-001

Instructor(s): Peter Huang

Credits: 3

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Mon,Wed   1:00 PM - 2:20 PM   WOLF 205