Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

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ITDG 8521

International Finance

In this course, students will learn to recognize the predisposing factors of a financial crisis and policy options for optimal financial crisis management by looking at historical case studies. But first, we will look at how the ForEx (foreign exchange) market works, who are the different players, how are typical transactions structured, different exchange rate regimes (e.g. pegs, crawling bands, free floats, monetary union), factors influencing exchange rate determination, balance of payments, and sovereign debt sustainability. Students will parse multiple financial crises from both emerging markets and OECD economies. In addition to readings related to cases, students will also have regular reading assignments of current events.
Subject:
Intl Trade& Economic Diplomacy
Department:
Intl Trade& Economic Diplomacy
Division:
Intl Policy & Management
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
IPSG 8503
DPPG 8521

Sections

Spring 2021 - MIIS, MIIS Winter/J Term only

ITDG8521A-S21 Lecture (Rogowsky)

Spring 2020 - MIIS, MIIS Second Half of Term

ITDG8521A-S20 Lecture (Rogowsky)