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Oct 15, 2015 by Cristin Guinan-Wiley (cgw)
ECON 6284 : Survey of International Macroeconomics and Finance Theory and Policy
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Catalog Pages referencing this course
International Business (IBUS)
Master of Arts in the Field of International Trade and Investment Policy
Master of Arts in the Field of Security Policy Studies
Programs referencing this course
AS-MA: Asian Studies
EES-MA: European and Eurasian Studies
GM-MBA: Business Administration, Global Management Concentration
IAFF-MA: International Affairs
IAIAD-MA: International Affairs, International Affairs and Development Concentration
IAIEA-MA: International Affairs, International Economic Affairs Concentration
MIPP: International Policy and Practice
Other Courses referencing this course
In The Catalog Prerequisites:
IBUS 6203 : International Marketing Practicum
IBUS 6303 : External Development Financing
IBUS 6305 : Global Investment Banking
IBUS 6307 : International Portfolio Management
IBUS 6403 : International Business Negotiations
IBUS 6404 : New Global Competitive Framework
IBUS 6405 : Legal Aspects of International and Multinational Business
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Long Course Title
Survey of International Macroeconomics and Finance Theory and Policy
Short Course Title
Survey Intl Macro Finan Theory
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ECON 2182 - International Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
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For graduate students in fields other than economics. Open economy macroeconomics; international finance; balance of payments accounting; exchange markets; alternative models of balance of payments determination and adjustment; behavior of flexible exchange rate systems.
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CCAS - GCR:Social & Behavioral
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