Tim, Bian Yang, is a lecturer at School of Banking and Finance in University of International Business and Economy (UIBE), where he has been teaching courses including Intermediate Macroeconomics, Exchange Rate and Balance of Payment and Financial Programming and Policies. His fields of study are Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Real Estate and Banking. Tim received his doctorate in Economics from Georgetown University in 2013, where he has also taught the course International Finance and Principle of Macroeconomics at the undergraduate level. His research experience include working in the role of Research Assistant for Professor Marius Schwartz and Pedro Gete 2010-2013 and for the Research Department of IMF in summer of 2009. ”
This course is designed to give students a deeper understanding of the issues managers must consider when making financial decisions. The course discusses time value of money, cost of capital, the theory of capital budgeting, capital budgeting in practice, options, derivatives application, agency theory, capital market efficiency and capital structure management, as well as special topics on corporate finance.
This course should help prepare students for careers in commercial and investment banking, corporate financial management, as well as more general areas.
Lectures, readings, excursions, assignments, and discussions are designed to help you develop the skills to: