This course offers students the ability to analyze important issues in international economics at the intermediate level. The course consists of two parts. The first part covers international trade. This part deals with the reasons why countries trade with each other, the welfare and distributional effects of international trade, and the consequences of international trade policies. The second part introduces international macroeconomics. It deals with global imbalances, exchange rates, and international macroeconomic policy. The course also discusses recent international trade disputes.

This course offers students the ability to analyze important issues in international economics at the intermediate level. The course consists of two parts. The first part covers international trade. This part deals with the reasons why countries trade with each other, the welfare and distributional effects of international trade, and the consequences of international trade policies. The second part introduces international macroeconomics. It deals with global imbalances, exchange rates, and international macroeconomic policy. The course also discusses recent international trade disputes.

This course offers students the ability to analyze important issues in international economics at the intermediate level. The course consists of two parts. The first part covers international trade. This part deals with the reasons why countries trade with each other, the welfare and distributional effects of international trade, and the consequences of international trade policies. The second part introduces international macroeconomics. It deals with global imbalances, exchange rates, and international macroeconomic policy. The course also discusses recent international trade disputes.

This course offers students the ability to analyze important issues in international economics at the intermediate level. The course consists of two parts. The first part covers international trade. This part deals with the reasons why countries trade with each other, the welfare and distributional effects of international trade, and the consequences of international trade policies. The second part introduces international macroeconomics. It deals with global imbalances, exchange rates, and international macroeconomic policy. The course also discusses recent international trade disputes.

The course offers the students basic ability to analyze important problems in international economics. The course covers international trade theory, international trade policy, exchange rates and open economy macroeconomics as well as international macroeconomic policy. Topics such as the causes of international financial crises, the dynamics of economic catch up as well as the transition process in economic integration are also discussed.