For students in Duke-in-NY Financial Markets & Institutions Program only. Provides working knowledge of international business finance, including currency, markets and manager behavior of international corporations. Emphasis on mechanics of foreign exchange market, reviewing tools used to hedge exchange rate risk. Construct building blocks of international finance: interest rate parity, purchasing power parity and international Fisher arbitrage equation. Address management issues, such as transfer pricing, offshore banking, working capital management, international M&A, business planning, and optimal international portfolios. Analyze international financial scams, swindles and trading abuses. One course.