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International Financial Markets and Culture - The Portuguese Context

At the end of the curricular unit the student should:
- Understand the evolution of the Portuguese economy in the context of economic, financial and monetary integration;
- Critically discuss the economic Portuguese path within the economic, financial and monetary structural changes perform in the context of the European Union;
- Analyse the structure of a given market and understand the process of economic regulation;
- Classify, distinguish and characterize diverse financial markets: organization, structure and rules of functioning;
- Understand the psychology of decision-making process (investment and financing), in particular in the capital market;
- Identify bond features, calculate bonds price and calculate the intrinsic value of a share using several methodologies;
- Contribute to the development of good financial management practices of different organizations;
- Communicate effectively with non-financial managers;
- Understand the fundamentals of consumer behavior, with emphasis on the consumer in the marketplace, consumers as individuals, consumers as decision makers, and consumers as influenced by culture and subcultures;
- Further develop group interaction skills and the ability to perform effectively in a group context.

IP Coordinator
Paula Odete Fernandes
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Department: Economics and Management
School of Technology and Management
Campus de Santa Apolónia
5300-253 Bragança - Portugal
Phone: +351 273 303 103
Fax: +351 273 313 051
Key Dates
IP Date:
02/11/2013 to 15/11/2013
Arrival to Bragança:
Departure from Bragança:


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