Current usage of finance-related simulations in UK higher education

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Abstract

This report outlines the usage of simulations in the teaching of Finance in UK higher education.The growth rates in Finance are significantly greater than Accounting, Business and Administrative Studies, and all other subjects, highlighting the popularity of the subject area in UK higher education. Finance, a highly theoretical subject, involves understanding complex mathematical models, which students can find very challenging. This is especially difficult for those students without finance or mathematical background and academics that teach Finance can face many pedagogic challenges to ensure that their students achieve the required learning outcomes of their programmes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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