Econ 708b. International Economic Analysis (IR)

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Course Type: 
Graduate
Course term: 
Not offered
Year: 
2014

This course is a continuation of IR 560a/Econ 544a. It extends the use of economic analysis to international trade and monetary policy including exchange rates and balance of payments with an emphasis on their relation to international trade, cross border capital flows, and national economic policies. The second half of the course will introduce quantitative tools and analysis as a way to determine the effects of various policies, building on concepts introduced both in IR 560a/Econ 544a and the first part of this course.

Also IR 561b.

Semester offered: 
Not offered