Course Description

This upper level liberal studies course examines how international financial markets affect national economies. The course will build tools, such as the balance of payments and exchange rate theory, to understand international money and finance. These tools will be applied to a large number of real world issues such as the efficiency of foreign exchange markets, currency crises and speculative attacks, dollarization, international capital flows and portfolio diversification.


Antirequisites: CECN 606, CECN 721, CGMS 601

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