Dr. Caccia's research is centered around finance, with particular attention to derivatives and market, funding and counterpart risk management.
Derivatives and Financial Risk Management
FNCE 4830 - Seminar in Investment Banking
Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
Introduces the student to a career in investment banking and provides specific modeling skills necessary and important dring the first phase of such a career.
MBAX 6270 - Applied Derivatives
Spring 2018 / Spring 2019
Covers applications of financial derivatives and a range of topics, from market risk management to liquidity and counter party risk management in contemporary finance. Specifically, the course examines the pricing and use of financial derivatives, including options, forwards, futures, swaps and credit derivatives in risk management.
MBAX 6280 - Entrepreneurship Valuation and Investment Seminar
Spring 2018 / Spring 2019 / Fall 2019
Provides a premier experiential learning experience in early stage investing. Students will develop an understanding of the mechanics of early stage investing, will learn how to evaluate, select and recommend investments and manage the portfolio, put in practice managerial skills, negotiation, financial analysis, presentation skills, mastering/negotiating legal terms, and to incorporate uncertainty into projecting cash flows.