This advanced course develops the theories and principles involved in the trade of goods and services between nations as well as the international finance of such trade. Why do countries trade? What are the effects of trade on the world incomes as well as on national and personal incomes? What are the causes and effects of international factor movements, such as labor migrations and foreign investment? What about multinationals? International value of the dollar? Students study a country of their choice in depth producing a final report and presentation that applies the many models and concepts learned in the class.
Triad: Social Science or College Composition II
Prerequisite: ECO 201 Microeconomics