This course is designed for students to understand the outline of economy and society, even without preliminary knowledge. The course contains basic knowledge to be familiar with finance and economy, and viewpoints required to consider corporate activities.
This course aims to develop ability of each student to be more successful in the real world with wide range of knowledge and views regarding economy and society.
economy, industry, finance, investment, risk-management, research and development, social-responsibility
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
This course requires students to take an active role in their own learning. It is required to submit a summary report at the end of each session.
Class1－Class7：Lecture、Class8：Review and Report
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction, Basics of Corporate Activities||Understand the framework of financial statements|
|Class 2||Corporate Activities and Economy||Grasp broad picture of industries and economy|
|Class 3||Finance and Financial Products||Understand the basics of corporate finance and financial products|
|Class 4||Corporate Analysis and Investment Strategy||Obtain viewpoints of corporate analysis and investment strategy|
|Class 5||Risk Management and Governance||Acquire knowledge of corporate risks and structure to mitigate the risks|
|Class 6||R&D and Innovation||Understand economic effect of research and development|
|Class 7||Social Subjects and Corporate Strategy||Consider social rolls and responsibilities of corporates|
|Class 8||Review (Report)||Review and summarize the course|
Materials will be provided on OCW-i in advance and projected in the class room.
Assessment will be based on attendance and contribution to classes (35%), and report at the end of the course (65%).
If you are absent from a class, regardless of the reason, points are subtracted from the evaluation portion of the "attendance and contribution to classes."
There are no make-up assignments.
Read the course materials posted on OCW-i to find out the content of the class you missed.
Details of the requirements of the report will be explained in the first class meeting.
Prospective students should have interests in finance and economy.
Professor Takehiro Inohara, inostaff[at]shs.ens.titech.ac.jp