Spring 2024 International Affairs U6636 section 001

Emerging Financial Systems: Brazil, Indi

Emerging Financial Systms

Call Number 10727
Day & Time
Location
M 4:10pm-6:00pm
409 International Affairs Building
Points 3
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Fernando Sotelino
Type SEMINAR
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description

This course examines the workings of a select group of emerging financial systems, providing students with the tools to assess the efficacy of the financial system as a key pillar for a country’s sustained economic development and growth. Characteristics analyzed include the roles of domestic private, public sector and foreign banks; market volatility and credit supply; systemic resilience and regulation; fintech developments and implications; access to foreign capital; breadth and depth of domestic capital markets; and climate change developments and implications. The course methodology is to select an important emerging financial system as anchor (Brazil) for comparisons with those of three other major G-20 emerging economies: India, Indonesia, and Mexico. 

Web Site Vergil
Department International and Public Affairs
Enrollment 19 students (25 max) as of 5:05PM Monday, May 20, 2024
Subject International Affairs
Number U6636
Section 001
Division School of International and Public Affairs
Open To Architecture, Schools of the Arts, Business, Engineering:Graduate, GSAS, SIPA, Journalism, Law, Public Health, Professional Studies, Social Work
Campus Morningside
Note IFEP Priority Reg
Section key 20241INAF6636U001