ECO 358 - International Trade and Finance (3)

An examination of current theories of international trade and finance. Emphasis is placed upon understanding financial decision-making in a global setting. Students successfully completing this course will be able to: 1) demonstrate understanding and application of partial- and general- equilibrium models of international trade; 2) explain the concept of comparative advantage and its determinants; 3) evaluate the effects of international trade policies on economic welfare and relevant markets; 4) identify risks associated with doing business globally; 5) recommend financial tools that can be used to reduce risk, and 6) apply the theoretical material to critically evaluate real world issues in international trade and finance.

Prerequisite: ECO 203 .
Offered odd spring terms.

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