Macro-Finance

Module code: MN2140

Macro-finance is the intersection between macroeconomics - which concerns large-scale economic factors such as interest rates and productivity - and financing. This module will give you an insight into what can be a critical factor in financial planning and decision-making.

You will assess how macroeconomic concepts, such as inflation and interest rates, play a role in financing decisions. Also, you will learn and assess the feasibility of various business cycle theories.

Learning

  • 10 hours of lectures
  • 4 hours of seminars
  • 86 hours of guided independent study

Assessment

  • Essay, 1,300 words (50%)
  • Exam, 1½ hours (50%)