Dr. Danielle Young;
TR 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm - BOR 206
This course provides classical and new theoretical theories and methodologies for analysis of the international economy. This is accompanied by systematic applications of political economy perspectives to historical and current global economic political issues. Topics include: Trade Theory, International Trade Policy, Regional Economic Arrangements, International Transactions and Financial Markets, Exchange Rates issues, Development and Capital Flows and the Developing Countries are addressed along with contemporary policy issues related to the topics. Prerequisites: Micro and Macro Economics or Public Policy Analysis or instructor’s permission.
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