Teaching Financial Markets Using the Wall Street Journal
AbstractThis note describes how the Wall Street Journal can be employed as a substitute for a textbook in an M.B.A. course on money and capital markets. The typical textbook is two years out of date by the time it reaches the classroom. Rapid change in the financial markets renders the traditional textbook effectively obsolete. The Wall Street Journal provides a potential solution to this problem.
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