Publisher: Thomson, 2000, 682 pages
MULTINATIONAL FINANCE provides a concise treatment of the investment and financial decisions facing the multinational corporation. The text provides a framework for evaluating the opportunities, costs and risks of multinational operations so readers can see beyond the algebra and terminology to general principles. It is distinguished by its logical organization, superior pedagogy, and clear, non-technical writing style. It includes the traditional international finance topics of foreign exchange, currency and derivatives markets, currency risk (transaction, operating and translation) management, country risk, taxation, capital structure, cost of capital, and international portfolio diversification. It also has chapters on multinational treasury management, options on real assets, corporate governance, asset pricing, and international portfolio management.
A finance introduction book. I have a hard part understanding what makes it more Multinational than other texts?
It's an OK book, but nothing to get excited about…