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International Economics B (ECON203)

Course description

The course is structured into two parts: international trade and international finance. The first part of the course introduces the theory and policy of international trade. The issues involved include the bases for trade, the determinants of trade pattern (direction, terms, and volume), the effects of trade on income redistribution, as well as the various types of frequently-used trade policies, and their welfare consequences. The second part of the course introduces the theory and policy of...


Pre-requisites

Seminar Required

Graded, 1.0 Credit Units


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