Fall 2010: Advanced Engineering and Corporate Economics
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This course covers important issues in engineering and corporate economics.
We introduce key measures and analytical tools to assess the financial performance of a firm and perform the economic evaluation of industrial projects. We study deterministic mathematical programming models for capital budgeting. We also cover important concepts in utility theory, game theory and real options analysis.
This course is an advanced version of IEOR E4003 Industrial Economics (students can only take one of these two courses but not both). This course is a good preparation for managerial positions in the corporate world. Students who take this course should be a little bit familiar with accounting and financial analysis, and should have good analytical skills.
Method of Evaluation:
Participation (10%), Assignments (25%), Midterm (30%) and Final (35%).
The exams are closed text and closed notes. You can bring one (1) one-sided 8.5" by 11" sheet with formulas and a calculator to the exams. All examinations and written homework are subject to the usual standards of academic honesty as described in the University's Student Handbook.