Institutional Money Management

  • Program Tuition: $4,500 USD
  • Program tuition includes course materials

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Program Overview


The object of this course is to study the money management industry from the perspective of the user an investor who wants to invest money.

This course will study the main components of the money management industry: mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity funds and venture capital funds. It will also examine important users of the industry such as non profits, endowments and defined benefit pension funds.

The emphasis of the course will not be on how fund managers make money, but rather on how the industry is organized, how managerial skill is assessed, how compensation is determined, and how economic rents are divided between managers and investors. The course will explore how competitive market forces interact with managerial skill and other market frictions to give rise to the observed organization of the industry.