Dorothy M. Sobol

Dorothy M. Sobol

Senior Adjunct Professor
International Development

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  • International Financial Markets
  • Emerging Markets
  • International Finance

Background and Education

Former vice president in the Research Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and editor of Current Issues in Economics and Finance; was senior fellow in economics at the Council on Foreign Relations; PhD, international economics, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.

2015-04-13 00:00:00 
Fall 2017 
Explores develo...
Explores developments and policy issues in the financial structures of selected emerging-market economies, including the functioning of the bond market, the equity market and the banking system; the role of central banks and official oversight; and issues of information, corporate governance, privatization, risk management and legal foundations. Prerequisites: Microeconomics or Accelerated Microeconomics and Macroeconomics or Accelerated Macroeconomics. (This is a cross-listed course offered by the International Development Program that also can fulfill a requirement for the Latin American Studies and International Economics programs.) If this course goes to bid, bidding will take place before the first class meets.