This unit covers literature in the fields of advanced corporate finance (and market microstructure). The research led teaching in this unit is designed to help students to form research questions, develop testable hypotheses, identify and apply appropriate research methods to test these hypotheses. Armed with advanced research skills, students are able to critically review both empirical and theoretical papers within the research fields of advanced corporate finance and market microstructure.
|Students must meet the entry requirements to the Honours program, including completion of a pass undergraduate degree and a major in the specialisation area|
|BUSS4001 and BUSS4412|
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