PB AF 599
Study and analysis of special topics in public affairs. Topics vary each quarter depending on curricular needs and interests of students and faculty.
TOPIC: MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC CAPITAL MARKETS - Examines the relationships between investors and public organizations, with emphasis on the conceptual, operational, and accountability challenges of debt financing. Topics include factors affecting the supply and demand of tax-exempt securities, technical and regulatory aspects of the debt issuance process, risk management applications in finance, and valuation of fixed income securities, among others.
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Who should take this course? Students with interests in public finance, financial management, infrastructure, and/or development will find this course beneficial.
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