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ECON 7610:International Business Perspectives

3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: ECON 7010 
This is a three-credit hour graduate level course in international economics primarily designed to provide an understanding of the theories of international trade and finance as well as the institutional frameworks that govern international trade, finance and open economy macroeconomics. Topics covered in the course include why countries trade, the determinants of the pattern of trade, the consequences of trade on economic welfare and factor incomes, trade policy, the determination and movement of exchange rates and its impact on domestic economic activity, the effect of monetary and fiscal policy on exchange rates and the balance of payments.



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