Capital Markets - MAN00004H

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  • Department: The York Management School
  • Module co-ordinator: Mr. David Kilgour
  • Credit value: 20 credits
  • Credit level: H
  • Academic year of delivery: 2019-20

Module will run

Occurrence Teaching cycle
A Autumn Term 2019-20

Module aims

This module explores important issues connected to financial markets. It introduces students to the development of financial markets, their role, and the assets traded upon them. The module also examines capital markets from a critical perspective.

Module learning outcomes

  • Explain the role and development of financial markets in the global economy
  • Discuss the development of new financial instruments traded on international markets, and analyse the advantages and drawbacks of such developments
  • Explore the issue of risk and regulation of financial markets, and the inter-relationship between the two
  • Critically discuss the implications of the globalisation of international finance, and the role of speculation within it

Assessment

Task Length % of module mark
University - closed examination
Capital Markets
3 hours 100

Special assessment rules

None

Reassessment

Task Length % of module mark
University - closed examination
Capital Markets
3 hours 100

Module feedback

Module assessment reports to students are written by the module leader for all assessments (open and closed) and placed on the VLE after the Board of Examiners has received the module marks. The timescale for the return of feedback will accord with TYMS policy.


Additionally, for open assignments students are given individual written feedback via The York Management School assignment feedback form. The feedback form provides guidance on key areas for focusing upon improvements for future assessments, and ties module specific learning outcomes to marking criteria. This form is normally provided after the relevant Part A and Part B Board of Examiners meeting. However, if a module has more than one assessment element feedback on earlier submissions is released as soon as possible after marking of the assignment element

Indicative reading

Bodie, Z. Kane, A. and Marcus, A.J. (2011) Investments, McGraw hill, 9th international ed.



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