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International Economy (ECO-209)
This course introduces students to international trade theory and policy. Topics will include the principles and importance of trade, the basis of and gains from trade, balance of payments, trade restrictions (barriers) and commercial policy, foreign exchange markets, multinational and capital flows, trade liberalization via multilateral trade agreements (Examples: NAFTA, the EU, the Euro, and WTO). Students will obtain the analytical skills and vocabulary needed in international trade, commercial, and financial institutions.

Course Name: ECO-209
Departments: Economics-Govern-History
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Prerequisites: ECO-201
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