ECON 525 - International Macroeconomics

Credits: 3
The study of global macroeconomic issues facing firms, including the structure of the exchange rate regime. In this context, the forecast of a floating exchange rate and the impact of monetary policies, the interest rate and the inflation rate on the exchange rate setting are studied and analyzed. Within the context of competing economic theories, the course considers domestic policies, international trade and payment issues, economic growth, international institutions and the spread of regional crises, and the impact of stabilization policies on firms. Development of a spreadsheet model of an economy is required.

Grade Mode: Normal (A-F,I,W)
Prerequisite/Corequisite: ECON 225  or ECON 208  or ECON 508  
Schedule Type: Lecture, Interactive Online
Term Offering: Fall
College Code: SBA

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