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The Economics of Foreign Exchange and Global Finance (3rd Edition)

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11 December 2019

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This textbook presents all major topics in international monetary theory, foreign exchange markets, international financial management and investment analysis. It focuses on real-world problems in the sense that it provides...

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This textbook presents all major topics in international monetary theory, foreign exchange markets, international financial management and investment analysis. It focuses on real-world problems in the sense that it provides guidance on how to solve policy issues as well as how to complete financial assignments across the globe. This in turn helps readers gain an understanding of the theory and refine the framework.

This third edition of the book incorporates three new chapters, and most of the chapters from the second edition have been updated to integrate new material, data, and/or the recent developments in the areas. The book can be used in graduate and advanced undergraduate programs in international or global finance, international monetary economics, and international financial management. It is also a valuable reference book for researchers in these areas.

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Identifies the factors and stakeholders in foreign exchange markets and international finance

Offers an integrated and systematic exploration of theory and practice in a single volume

Improves understanding of international monetary and financial management

Includes exercises and Internet links to provide extra help

1. Foreign Exchange Markets and Foreign Exchange Rates
2. Exchange Rate Regimes and International Monetary Systems
3. International Parity Conditions
4. Balance of Payments and International Investment Positions
5. Open Economy Macroeconomics
6. Balance of Payments Issues and Exchange Rate Movements
7. The Mundell-Fleming Model
8. The Monetary Models
9. The Portfolio Balance Approach to Exchange Rate Determination
10. The Dynamic IS-LM-X Model of Exchange Rate Movements
11. Driver Currencies and Triangular Cross-Border Effects
12. Global Derivatives Markets
13. Global Derivatives Markets
14. Currency Options
15. Currency Swaps
16. Transaction Exposure
17. Economic Exposure and Accounting Exposure
18. Country Risk and Sovereign Risk Analysis
19. Foreign Direct Investment and International Portfolio Investment
20. Dynamic Global Positioning Strategy.


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Peijie Wang is Professor of Finance at Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth, and an affiliate professor at IÉSEG School of Management, the Catholic University of Lille and the Institute of World Economy, Fudan University. He has held faculty and visiting appointments at UMIST, Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester, IÉSEG, the Catholic University of Lille, Cass Business School, City University, the University of Hull, Harbin Institute of Technology and the University of Reading. Prof. Wang is the author of several books and a regular contributor to journals in the areas of international finance, real estate, finance and economics.

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Peijie Wang is Professor of Finance at Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth, and an affiliate professor at IÉSEG School of Management, the Catholic University of Lille and the Institute of World Economy, Fudan University. He has held faculty and visiting appointments at UMIST, Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester, IÉSEG, the Catholic University of Lille, Cass Business School, City University, the University of Hull, Harbin Institute of Technology and the University of Reading. Prof. Wang is the author of several books and a regular contributor to journals in the areas of international finance, real estate, finance and economics.

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