Introduction to International Economics

3 credits

ECONOM 3224

Economics
College of Arts and Science, College of Business

A topical course which emphasizes the application of basic economic analysis to real and current international economic issues. Topics include free trade, protectionism, free trade areas, multilateral trade negotiations, trade and development, exchange rates, the International Monetary System, and economic integration. Prerequisites: ECONOM 1000, ECONOM 1014, ECONOM 1024 or ECONOM 1051.