||The purpose of this course is to apply theoretical models of finance in the practical cases, further enhancing academic-practices implications. The cases include managerial decisions to capital markets and investor expectations. Also, it covers basic tasks that requires students to look to financial markets to resolve the problem. These cases feature a wide range of contemporary and relevant problems, including examples in real and financial options, agency conflicts, financial innovation, investing in emerging markets, and corporate control. They also cover classic topics in Finance, including dividend policy, the mix of debt and equity financing, and the choice between mutually exclusive investments.