The main goal of the first part of the two-semester “International Economics” sequence. the course is to introduce students to both classical and modern theories of international trade in goods and services, as well as empirical research on trade. A substantial fraction of the course is dedicated to examination of efficient trade policies.
The course aims to provide a framework for consistent reasoning about international flows of goods, factors of production, and financial assets, trade policy and monetary policy in open economy.
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