|Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||
|Jednostka:||Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie|
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||
3.00 (zmienne w czasie)
Finance is to offer solutions how to solve macroeconomic problems through monetary and fiscal policies. The lecture will consist of two large subject areas. The first one, the introduction to Finance will contain the theory referring to the essence and function, classification of financial phenomena the role and function of money, comparison of behavioural finance with the classical theory of finance. Besides the theory of finance, Students' attention should focus on the other large subject area, i.e. participants of the financial market. That is why the following issues will be discussed: public finance, social security finance, business insurance finance, EU finance, banking system and corporate.
Teaching students to comprehend the role of finance in developing business processes. They should possess their own critical approach to the evaluation of effectiveness of financial solutions in particular segments of the financial market. The course objective is to teach the complex analysis of financial phenomena in our business environment and to develop creative behaviour to determine the desired changes. The major goal is not only the cognition of processes existing nowadays but also the ability to manage multifaceted subjects to put forward complex future systemic solutions.
Finance belongs to majors in the field of economic studies whose aim is to explain the role of financial phenomena in the course of business processes. Besides the theory, Finance includes also the financial policy, i.e. the role of state and local self-governments to manage business processes by means of financial instruments.
R.W.Melicher, E.A.Norton, Introduction to Finance. Markets, Investments and Financial Management (2019), Wiley, 17. edition;
S.A.Ross, R.W.Westerfield, B.D.Jordan, Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (2019), McGraw Hill, 12. edition
H. Ulbrich, Public finance in theory and practice, (2016) Routledge
F. Mishkin: The Economcs of Money, Banking and Financial Markets (2016), Pearson, 11. edition
J. Yi-Lin Forrest, A Systems Perspective on Financial Systems (2019), CRC Press, T&F
A.Shleifer, Inefficient Markets, An Introduction to Behavioral Finance, Oxford University, 2000
J.E.Stiglitz, Economics of the Public Sector, W.W. & Company, Inc, Norton, 2000; J.R.Nofsinger, Psychology of Investing, Prentice Hall, 2010; H.Shefrin, Beyond Greed and Fear, Understanding Behavioral Finance and the Psychology of Investing, Oxford University Press, 2007; R.A.Brealey, S.C.Myers, Principles of Corporate Finance, McGraw-Hill Companies, N.York, 2002; G.W.Gallinger, P.B.Healey, Liquidity analysis and Management, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1991; Public finance in Poland, ed. A. Alińska, Warsaw : Warsaw School of Economics, 2016.
European Union public finance, Publications Office of the European Union, 2014, https://op.europa.eu/pl/publication-detail/-/publication/8bc08dd0-f1ed-4f45-bab4-75ac2a63d048
|Efekty uczenia się:||
Knowledge refers to a wide range of issues connected with existing financial instruments which are applicable into dynamics of business processes. The presented knowledge results in comprehension of the impact of fiscal and monetary policy on the development of business phenomena.
Segmentation of the financial problems allow students to study and comprehend interrelations among monetary, capital and public sectors in macro dimmensions and to transalte it into micro scale.
Knowledge refers to major to-day financial theoretical approaches discussed among scholars and practitioners in the field on finance.
Students who have completed this program are able to apply critical analysis into understanding and explanation financial processes with dynamics in economic developments,
Students aquire basic knowedge in all flields of finance which then allow them to indentify and continue to study one or more field of finance in detailed manner and will lead them to professionalism in finance more efficiently
Graduates are able to apply systemic solutions and possess the skill of independent flexible reasoning and rational decision making. They have good prospects for employment or continuation of studies at the Master level.
Students develop abilities to invent innovative solutions and are exceptionally sensitive on irrational allocation of funds as a result of economic and political decisions in relation to public sector spending.
Students are competent to discuss problems associated with of "how much state" there should be in the economy and how the state should allocate public funds to population.
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