ECON 151. International Economics

Both microeconomics and macroeconomics are applied to an in-depth analysis of the world economy. Topics include trade patterns, trade barriers, international flows of labor and capital, exchange-rate fluctuations, the international monetary system, financial crises, macroeconomic interdependence, the roles of organizations such as the World Trade Organization and International Monetary Fund, and case studies of selected industrialized, developing, and transition countries.
Prerequisite: ECON 011  and ECON 021  
Social sciences.
2 credits.
Eligible for ASIA, PEAC, GLBL Core
Fall 2021. Wang.
Spring 2023. Staff.
Catalog chapter: Economics  
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