Middlebury

ECON 0344

International Economics

International Economics
International trade and financial flows are increasingly important in today’s interconnected world. In this advanced course we will use tools from introductory and intermediate courses to help us analyze the causes and consequences of these flows. We will investigate why countries trade, what they trade, who gains (or loses) from trade, and the motives and effects of trade policies. We will then consider the monetary side of the international economy, including the balance of payments, the determination of exchange rates, and financial crises. This course is not open to students who have taken ECON 0240. (ECON 0150 and ECON 0255) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Economics
Department:
Economics
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
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Sections

Spring 2020

ECON0344A-S20 Lecture (Porteous)

Spring 2019

ECON0344A-S19 Lecture (Porteous)

Spring 2017

ECON0344A-S17 Lecture (Porteous)
ECON0344B-S17 Lecture (Porteous)

Fall 2016

ECON0344A-F16 Lecture (Porteous)
ECON0344B-F16 Lecture (Porteous)