International Trade & Finance
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ECON, GBEA, GBG, IBUS
Goals: To acquaint students with the evolving patterns of trade and investments in the global economic environment and with the major issues confronting national and international institutions of trade and finance. Content: Topics covered include theories of foreign trade with perfect and imperfect competition. Trade policy issues, protectionism, and U.S. trade policies and its institutional settings. The effects of growth and factor mobility on trade, balance of payments, foreign exchange markets, foreign exchange regimes, foreign exchange determination, and economic policy in open economy. Prerequisites: ECON 1310, ECON 1320, QMBE 1310 or PSY 1340 or MATH 1200, and QMBE 1320 or MATH 1170, or consent of the instructor. Credits: 4
Akhavi-Pour, Hossein, "ECON3730-01.International Trade & Finance.F16.Akhavi-Pour,Hossein" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 1344.