Jul 06, 2022  
2021-22 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-22 Graduate Catalog
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ECON 7550 - International Economics II

3 credit hours
Prerequisites: ECON 6530  , and  . Applications-oriented course emphasizing quantitative tools to analyze policy issues related to international trade, exchange rates, sectoral resource allocation, and growth. Topics include an extended introduction to trade policy analysis using a general equilibrium modeling framework. Practical aspects of general equilibrium modeling emphasized and applied to a particular issue of interest, such as the impact of trade liberalization on labor markets and growth or the impact of trade and exchange rate distortions on resource allocation and growth.


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