Here is the list of topics suggested for individual studies in finance:
On-line trading and technical analysis Start-up financing Wealth management Using news in stock market Investments in real estate and real estate mutual funds Building my own portfolio
In the past, students had a choice of working on individual research topic or to study a prearranged list of topics.
Example of individual research topics in the past:
1. Weather derivatives and moral hazard
2. Capital structure of internet companies
3. Theory and practice of project financing
4. Debt vs. equity under asymmetric information:
a review of the literature
5. Project financing: a review of the literature
A sample of prearranged list of topics is presented below.
|Financial Analysis of Investment Projects|
|Valuation of Firms|
|Topics in Portfolio Management|
|Capital structure theory|
|Initial public offerings|
|Venture capital and private equity|
|Mergers and acquisitions||Lecture9Mergers|
Peter Huffman: accepted for Master of Financial Economics program in University of Toronto (mark in Advanced Finance-99 out of 100)
Hugh Cassidy: accepted for Master of Financial Economics program in University of Western Ontario (mark in Advanced Finance -90 out of 100)
Michael Weber: accepted for Master of Financial Economics program in Queens (mark in Advanced Finance- 80 out of 100).
Robert Keyes: accepted for Master in Economics in University of Guelph (mark in Advanced Finance- 91 out of 100)
Bart Dziarski: accepted for MBA in City University (mark in Advanced Finance- 81 out of 100)
Noah Jensen: investment banking, Scotia McLeod investment group (mark in Advanced Finance-81 out of 100).