HKUST MBA Sample Class

Sample Class by Prof. Milind Rao

Topic: US-China-Japan Nexus

In the past two decades there has arisen a powerful and symbiotic relationship between the US, China and Japan involving tremendous flows of capital and goods.

It has been virtually unprecedented in terms of size and scope influencing among other things the trade balance, the exchange rate; the cost of capital and housing in the States; and ease of fiscal policy and the impact of monetary policy.

In this lecture, you are systematically introduced to develop the framework for this nexus and explore its effects on:


1. Exchange rates

2. Money & bond markets

3. Labor markets - Foreign direct investment


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Faculty Profile


  • Best 10 Lecturers Award, HKUST
  • Professor of the Year, Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA
  • Outstanding Teaching Award, Columbia Business School


World Class Teaching Experience & Network

  • Columbia Business School
  • NYU Stern School of Business
  • Levy Economics Institute
  • Kellogg-HKUST EMBA
  • HKUST MBA Programs

Research, Publications and Professional Experience

  • Contributor to The Wall Street Journal, The Economic Times, Challenge
  • Research focus in international macroeconomics, finance and trade
  • Consulting services to premier U.S. investment banks


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