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  1. The Language and Tools of Financial Analysis

    In this course, participants will learn the foundations of accounting principles and financial analysis, develop an understanding of the links between these, and the measurement of value creation at the firm level. This is part of a Specialization in corporate finance created in partnership between the University of Melbourne and Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon).

  2. Introduction to Corporate Finance

    This course provides a brief introduction to the fundamentals of finance, emphasizing their application to a wide variety of real-world situations spanning personal finance, corporate decision-making, and financial intermediation. Key concepts and applications include: time value of money, risk-return tradeoff, cost of capital, interest rates, retirement savings, mortgage financing, auto leasing, capital budgeting, asset valuation, discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis, net present value, internal rate of return, hurdle rate, payback period.

  3. Principles of Macroeconomics

    All of us are affected by macroeconomic forces – they shape the very world we live in. And governments all around the world try to shape those forces in ways that (hopefully) improve the lives of their constituents. In this subject, we will examine the major theories used by macro economists to analyse national economies and the international economy.

  4. Principles of Valuation: Time Value of Money

    This course is an introduction to time value of money and decision-making and will help the learner understand the basics of finance. Although introductory, it will enable you to understand and analyze many personal and professional decisions we confront on a daily basis.

  5. Project and Infrastructure Financing

    The course focuses on how private investors approach infrastructure projects from standpoint of equity, debt and hybrid instruments. It concentrates on the practical aspects of project financing and the most frequently used techniques for infrastructure investments.

  6. Liderazgo y gestión de equipos de alto rendimiento

    Descripción

    La gestión de personas y de equipos en el mundo profesional es un factor clave en la consecución de objetivos y en la mejora continua de las organizaciones. En este MOOC el deporte nos muestra una manera de abordar el liderazgo y la gestión de equipos que es fácilmente transferible a cualquier otro entorno profesional. 

  7. Make Strategic Financial Decisions

    About This Specialization

    Evaluate risk and reward, assess alternatives, and determine the value of a project or company.

    This Specialization builds on the success of the Introduction to Finance course and provides a rigorous introduction to core topics in financial valuation, including time value of money, cash flow analysis, asset pricing, and risk and return. In the final Capstone Project, you’ll apply your skills to research, analyze, and value a real-world enterprise.

  8. Microeconomics Principles

    Why is Coursera offering this course free of charge? Why is the divorce rate so high? Why do we have so much pollution? Would legalizing marijuana lead to a reduction in crime? Why is a college education a smart investment, or is it? Why would a draft only damage the army? In the last 50 years economists have tackled some of the most interesting and important questions for humanity!

  9. Financing for Development

    An ambitious global development agenda was adopted at a UN Summit on September 25, 2015. The new global goals, called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), will require trillions of dollars to accomplish over the next 15 years. This magnitude of financing will surpass the current capacities of governments and international donors. The World Bank Group and its partners recognize the need to leverage the “billions” in Official Development Assistance (ODA) to attract and mobilize “trillions” in investments of all kinds: public and private, national and global, in both capital and capacity.

  10. Economic Issues, Food & You

    This course emphasizes the role of economics regarding its influence on food prices, the environment, and government policies. The primary objective of this course is to explore the basic tool kit of economic concepts that will enable students to critically analyze the choices they face as consumers and world citizens.
  11. Financing and Investing in Infrastructure

    Learn how debt and equity can be used to finance infrastructure investments and how investors approach infrastructure investments.
  12. Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination

    Everyday across the world, thousands of businesses are victimized by fraud. Who commits these bad acts? Why? And, how? In this course we are going to help you answer the questions: who commits fraud, why and how. We’ll also help you develop skills for catching them.
  13. Asset Pricing, Part 2

    This course is part two of an introduction to graduate-level academic asset pricing. This second part uses the theory and elaborates empirical understanding. It explores some classic applications including the Fama-French three-factor model, consumption and the equity premium, and extends the theory to cover options, bonds, and portfolios.
  14. Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries

    This course will examine current conditions and trends in water and sanitation services in low and middle income countries. Within it we will take a critical look at the underlying political, economic, social, and technical reasons why almost a billion people lack access to improved water supplies and almost 2 billion still do not have improved sanitation services.
  15. Generating the Wealth of Nations

    A survey of the history of economic development in the world in the past 300 years.
  16. Personal & Family Financial Planning

    Personal and Family Financial Planning will address many critical personal financial management topics in order to help you learn prudent habits both while in school and throughout your lifetime.
  17. Valuation: Alternative Methods

    This course is a rigorous introduction to alternative methods of valuation and will enable the learner to conduct analysis of most projects and companies. This course will also serve useful to anyone interested in, or required to, critically evaluating project and company analyses conducted by experts.
  18. Entrepreneurship Capstone

    Integrate the tools and concepts from the specialization courses to develop a comprehensive venture pitch and plan for experts and investors. Developed in partnership with 500 Startups, a Silicon Valley seed fund and accelerator founded by PayPal and Google alumni.
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