Jun 26, 2022  
2021-22 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-22 Graduate Catalog
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ECON 7530 - International Economics I

3 credit hours
Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Introduces the core models of international economics. Focusing on alternative returns to scale models, students will analyze the direction, volumes, and effects of international trade; various trade policies and their effects; optimal entry modes of multinationals into foreign markets (FDI or exports, vertical-integration, or offshore outsourcing, etc.). Students will also analyze determinants and effects of the slicing of the global value chain, regional economic integration, exchange rate movements, and balance of payments deficits.


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