BUS 4351: International Economics

Description

An analysis of contemporary topics in international economics involving international trade, international finance, open market macroeconomics, international trade blocks, labor migration, and capital flows, including those resulting from operations of multinational firms.

Objectives

  1. Appraise how globalization contributes to greater economic interdependence.
  2. Discuss how comparative advantages lead to gains from international trade.
  3. Analyze the effects of trade restrictions on the economy.
  4. Examine various trade policies for developing and advanced nations.
  5. Differentiate between various regional trading arrangements.
  6. Analyze the impact of macroeconomic shocks in the foreign exchange market.
  7. Outline the result of macroeconomic policy on open economic activity.
  8. Generalize how international banking helps to maintain economic prosperity.

PreRequisites

None

Textbook(s)

International economics (Rev: 14)

Publisher: South-Western (2013)
Author: Carbaugh, R. J.
ISBN: 9781133947721
Price: $266.14

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