Category Archives: Corporate Finance

International Finance: Impacts of Global Growth Strategies.

Along with the growth in business, technology and global trading spread the operations of the businesses in the international market. Multinational companies have implemented the growth strategies that changed the international business environment dramatically after World War II as the … Continue reading

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Discussion on Whether an Organization Owes Responsibility to Shareholders or Stakeholders

There is a normative consensus which suggests the corporation to maximize the wealth of the shareholders’ value.  From the investment perspective, that is true for its purpose because investor wants to profit on the shares.  Moreover, “shareholders control the firm … Continue reading

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Is International Finance simply “corporate finance with an exchange rate”?

Although exchange rate plays a very important role in financial market of the international communities, it is not necessary to say International finance is simply “corporate finance with an exchange rate.”   Ross, Westerfield, and Jaffe (2008) stated that the basic … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Corporate Governance

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                 There is a normative consensus which suggests the corporation to maximize the wealth of the shareholders’ value.  From the investment perspective, that is true for its purpose because investor wants to profit on the shares. Moreover, “shareholders control the … Continue reading

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