Course DescriptionManaging economic fluctuations can be one of the most vexing challenges facing decision makers, especially since unexpected shifts can dilute even the best laid business plans. This course employs actual case studies to explore how business cycles influence economic activity and portfolio performance, which industrial sectors can make the most sense, and which to avoid at the various stages, and how authorities apply Monetary and Fiscal Policy to smooth cycle disruptions.
- Understand the various stages of business cycles and their potential triggers
- Analyze causation theories of business cycles and how investment professionals adjust their portfolios as they attempt to capitalize on them
- Recognize how cycles can lead to crises and what governmental actions have been taken to reduce or aggravate their impact
PrerequisitesTo enroll in Strategic Investments elective courses, students must have completed ECON X499.1, ECON X499.2, ECON X499.3 and ECON X499.4 with a grade C or better. If you have substituted ECON X499.1 with a ECON 134A, or if you have other questions related to the enrollment process, please contact email@example.com for assistance.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Strategic Investments : Elective Courses