INTL 3372 International Finance (Fall/Spring: 3 )
International financial markets, international trade and balance of payments issues will be studied by using analytical models of the open economy. Topics of particular interests are exchange rate determination, capital flows, trade flows, and other international linkages between economies. The course will apply the analytical tools of international economics to address macroeconomic aspects of current policy issues such as the global impact of the financial crisis, exchange rate policy, sovereign debt crises, and persistent trade deficits and international indebtedness.
Instructor(s): Rosen Valchev
Prerequisites: ECON2201. ECON2201 and ECON2202.
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Comments: Not open to students who have taken ECON2271
Last Updated: 24-Jun-17