DATES: MAY 7-11, 2018    
       
TUITION: $1995    
       

 

 

 


Overview

This seminar comprises the first week of the “Finance in International Development” seminar and participants will be exposed to selected topics based on the Course Outline listed under the “Finance in International Development” seminar, depending on the final schedule, but topics could include:

 

Course Outline

 

Financial Development and Economic Growth

  • Overview of the research
  • Developing local capital markets
  • Microfinance

 

Capital Flows and Development

  • Bond market development
  • Ratings and rating agencies
  • Country credit spreads
  • Exchange rate risk and management

 

Project Finance in Public-Private Partnerships

  • The market for project finance: Applications and sectors
  • Project characteristics and risk analysis
  • Designing projects and managing risk
  • Financing the deal

 

Innovative Financing Mechanisms for Economic Development

  • Private equity
  • Future-flow securitization
  • Impact-investment funds
  • Diaspora remittances

 

Negotiations

  • Negotiating techniques
  • Negotiating with international donor organizations
  • Debt restructuring
  • Role of outside advisors

 

Course Advisor

Professor Reid Click is an Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs at the George Washington University in Washington D.C. He received his Ph.D. in economics and international business from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Prof. Click teaches courses in international financial management and international macroeconomics. His academic research has been published in leading journals, and he has been a consultant for several international organizations.