What is Financial Economics?
Financial economics is a branch of economics that deals with the combined study of finance as well as economics. Financial economics is a branch of economics that deals with studying the financial aspects of the subject of economics. It is a branch of economics that is concerned with the interpretation, analysis, and also the uncertainty of the market.
A lot of large multinational firms all around the world usually aim to hire professionals and experts who have immense knowledge about finance and other aspects of financial economics.
Major Subjects and Reference Books in Financial Economics?
Some of the major topics which are covered under the subject of financial economics in the various UK and Australia’s universities and colleges include economic distribution of resources, making financial decisions with respect to the events of the future, financial resources in the market, analyzing individual stocks, portfolios, and many more essential features. This object helps the student in learning the ways in which they can interpret the market and also analyze it.
Most of the universities and colleges in the UK and Australia, teach from these books only which have been mentioned below:
Principles of Financial Economics by Stephen F. LeRoy, Jan Werner (published by Cambridge University Press, 2001), and the other one is Quantitative Financial Economics: Stocks, Bonds, and Foreign Exchange by Keith Cuthbertson, Dirk Nitzsche (published by John Wiley & Sons, 2005)