||This course will deal with various aspects of traditional and non-traditional methods of International finance. It will particularly zero in on public sector fiscal policies and governments financing in the new "World Economy Order". There will be detailed discussions on the amalgamation of public sector and private sector international financing. Further, the role of the NGO with respect to the "use", and "source" of funding will be determined and analyzed. Reasoning will be focused on why and how International Trade requires and depends on accurate, and cost-benefited financing. Also focus will be on why this new form of strategic alliance between the sectors is becoming very crucial and vital. Study of International financial markets, and the role they play in sourcing the funds for the specific requirements. Economic analysis will be an issue in terms of either utilizing primary markets (i.e. stocks, bonds, options, investment c.d., and other sensitive time derivatives). Discussions will table around project finance discounting and required negotiation techniques when extracting funding from the public sectors for International projects.