CREDITS 1 (LV) 1.5 (ECTS) - 12 Contact Hours

The recent sub-prime crisis has shed light on the insufficient understanding of the international financial system as well as flaws in the efficient market hypothesis. A proper understanding of the international financial architecture presumes a detailed understanding of the political, legal and financial environments as well as their interconnectedness. Moreover, the standard paradigm of rationality in economics and finance is difficult to reconcile with the complexity of the financial industry.

This course draws on different fields of research to develop a consistent and broad understanding of the Financial Architecture. 

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