International Economics


Explores consequences of economic integration from various perspectives in international trade: Ricardian, Heckscher-Ohlin, and the New International Trade Theories. Topics include patterns of trade, protectionism, international factor movements, balance of payments, exchange-rate determination, international policy coordination, the international capital market, multinational and international investments, and patterns of international business. Prerequisites: Econ 1011 and Econ 1021. Prior completion of, or current enrollment in, Econ 413 (or Econ 413W) is strongly recommended.
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Section 01

International Economics
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