Professor of Business Administration, Retired Print Entire Profile More. Kenneth A. Froot was the Andr R. Jakurski Professor of Business Administration at Harvard University's Graduate School of Business Administration. He taught courses in Capital Markets, International Finance, and Risk Management. 1 (January 2008 6985. (Revised from NBER Working Paper No. 6011, April 1997, Harvard Business School Working Paper No. 98-024, 1997.) View Details Institutional Portfolio Flows and International Investments K. A. Overnight the Argentine peso plummeted in value against the dollar, the currency in which debt had been issued, and staggering obligations suddenly became unpayable. Argentines who had financed their mortgages in dollars lost their homes.
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