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Multimedia Teaching Applications, Business Simulations, Corporate-Risk Management, Corporate Finance
Corporate-Risk Management (Foreign Exchange, Interest-Rate Risk, Commodity Risk), Valuation of Companies and Corporate Securities, Capital Investment Decision Analysis, Corporate Finance: Financial Analysis
Banking and Insurance, Information Technology
Lee Remmers is an Emeritus Professor of Finance at INSEAD since 1998. He received his BS in Economics from the University of California (Berkeley), an MBA from INSEAD and a PhD from Manchester University (UK). He has conducted extensive research on various aspects of financial management in European and multinational companies.
Professor Remmers is a co-author of books The Strategy of Multinational Enterprise: Organization and Finance, The International Firm and The Multinational Company in Europe. He has published articles on investment decisions, company valuation, financial markets, and foreign exchange management, numerous case studies, and has developed computer models of financial problems and the international finance simulation FORAD.
Professor Remmers has organised and contributes to the Executive Education programmes for multinational companies, banks, and international organisations in Europe, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, the Philippines, Australia, Africa, Mexico, Canada, and the United States. At INSEAD, he launched, directed, and taught in the Finance for Executives and the Corporate Financial Strategy in Global Markets programmes as well as other Executive Education programmes and MBA courses. He served in various administrative capacities at INSEAD, in particular, as Associate Dean for the MBA programme in the 1970s.