14 August 2013
This course examines the corporate finance issues confronting entrepreneurial firms. The primary areas of study for the course are: financial forecasting, identification and evaluation of real options, assessment of financial needs, and valuation. This course is intended to be ‘hands on’ and provide a theoretical and practical framework useful for addressing typical financial issues of entrepreneurial ventures. Course offered by Department of Economics.
Frank Kerins, Montana State Univerity, United States
The objective of this course is to provide a better understanding of corporate finance issues confronting
entrepreneurial firms. The issues will be explored by considering the differences between firms for which
the standard corporate finance model is appropriate and firms for which the investment and financing
issues are interdependent. An objective of this class is to further develop the framework used for thinking
about finance issues and develop experience in applying this framework to making useful business
decisions. Although the learning objectives will be focused on entrepreneurial ventures, they have direct
application in more standard corporate, investments, insurance, and banking finance.
EUR 0: Students on a bilateral exchange programme do not have to pay. Freemovers are obliged to pay participation fees while tuition fees only apply to freemovers from countries outside the EU/EEA/Switzerland.