Middlebury

IPEC 0240

Int'l Econ: Theory & Policy

International Economics: Theory and Policy
This course provides an overview of international trade and finance. We will use economic theory to help us understand how and why countries interact in the global economy and evaluate the effects of different trade, exchange rate, and macroeconomic policies. Topics covered will include the reasons for trade, the winners and losers from trade, trade policies, trade agreements, exchange rates, the balance of payments, causes of and solutions to financial crises, and the role of the WTO and IMF. IPEC 0240 does not count towards the ECON major or minor requirements. (ECON 0150 and ECON 0155) (formerly ECON 0240) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Int'l Politics & Economics
Department:
Prog in Int'l Politics & Econ
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
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Sections

Spring 2023

IPEC0240A-S23 Lecture
IPEC0240Y-S23 Discussion
IPEC0240Z-S23 Discussion

Fall 2022

IPEC0240A-F22 Lecture (Porteous)
IPEC0240Y-F22 Discussion (Porteous)
IPEC0240Z-F22 Discussion (Porteous)

Spring 2022

IPEC0240A-S22 Lecture (Craven)

Fall 2021

IPEC0240A-F21 Lecture (Porteous)
IPEC0240Y-F21 Discussion (Porteous)
IPEC0240Z-F21 Discussion (Porteous)