ECON4050: Global Economics

Class Program
Credits 3
A survey of the theory and practice of international trade and finance around the world. Includes examination of the problems of developed and less developed countries in the world economy. Other topics include globalization, international comparison of standards of living, theories of international exchange, currency markets, balances of international payments, trade policies, transitions from socialism, international economic institutions, regional economic integration and international economic crisis.
ECON2010, or instructor's approval.
Semester Offered
Alternate years.