Table of contents for Advances in international investments : traditional and alternative approaches / edited by Hung-Gay Fung, Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu & Jot Yau.

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Part I General Issues of International Investments 
Chapter 1: International Investment: Current State and Challenges from the U.S. Perspectives
Hung-Gay Fung, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu, Seton Hall University
Jot Yau, Seattle University
Chapter 2: Socially Responsible Investing: Growth and Development in International Financial Markets
Sheryl A. Law, Peregreen Group
	 Jot Yau, Seattle University
Part II Traditional Investments (3 chapters)
A. Global Equity Investments 
Chapter 3: Global Equity Investment and Analysis
Louis T.W. Cheng, Polytechnic University
Chapter 4: Exchange-Traded Funds 
Yiuman Tse, University of Texas-San Antonio
B. Global Fixed Income Investments 
Chapter 5: Global Fixed Income Markets and Portfolio Management
Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu, Seton Hall University
Part III Alternative Investments 
Chapter 6: Hedge Funds 
Jot Yau, Seattle University
Grace K. Yeung, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Hong Kong
Chapter 7: International Real Estate 
Gary Patterson, University of South Florida 
Chapter 8: Global Perspectives on Venture Capital and Private Equity
Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu, Seton Hall University
Chapter 9: Managed Futures 
Aysegul Ates, Akdeniz University, Turkey 
George H.K. Wang, George Mason University, USA
Part IV: Derivatives 
Chapter 10 Credit Derivatives
Gaiyan Zhang, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Chapter 11: Currency Derivatives and Emerging Market Currencies: Strategies, Perspectives, and Trends
			Anthony L. Loviscek, Seton Hall University

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Investments, Foreign.
Capital movements.
International economic relations.