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International Investment Management: Theory, Practice, and Ethicssynthesizes investment principles, Asian financial practice, and ethics in a book that reflects the realities of modern international finance and will work perfectly as a core text for undergraduate finance majors and graduate business students pursuing a finance, and/or business ethics concentration, with particular focus on Asia The book has a three part structure beginning with the core principles behind the business of investments including securities analysis, asset allocation and a comprehensive analysis of modern finance theory. These topics are then studied within the Asian context, first through the medium of case studies and then via the particular conditions common in those markets including issues of religion and philosophy.