This module focuses on the practical and conceptual problems associated with financial management of the non-financial corporation. The treatment of all areas involves theoretical concepts and the application of these concepts to contemporary business situations for corporate decision-making. All topics reflect the impact on the overall value and risk of the company. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: Financial statements and cash flow, time value of money, valuation of debt and equity, capital budgeting and project evaluation techniques.
The main textbook for this course is Berk/DeMarzo: Corporate Finance, 3rd edition 2013. We will follow the book closely; additionally, there will be cases and other material. We will also provide a slide deck.
We teach this module in small groups of usually up to 40 students. Teaching language is English.
As a lecturer, you are either qualified through your research or your professional experience. As a researcher, you will have a doctorate and regularly publish in your field of expertise. As a professional, you have a track record of several years at senior level. Prior teaching experience in higher education is desirable. We expect you to have an excellent command of English.
Are you interested in teaching a group of highly motivated students at a leading Business School? We look forward to receiving your application.
11 sessions of 180 minutes