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Term : Fall 2024
Catalog Year : 2024-2025

ECO 486 - International Economics

Description: Economic theory as applied to international trade and finance, sources of comparative advantage, the benefits of trade, trade policy, foreign investment, balance of payments analysis, theories of exchange rate determination, the international monetary system, costs and benefits of various exchange rate regimes, international cooperation, and the impact of various labor and environmental standards and policies in an open economy setting. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

Sections offered: Fall 2024

Prerequisite: (ECO 284 and ECO 285 with grades of C or better); and Junior status or higher