ECON 623: International Economics
This course will examine the gains from international trade, including the effects of growth and development on a nation’s welfare.
Participants will also explore tariffs and other trade restrictions, the international mobility of capital and labor, and the historical development of multilateral trade agreements. In addition, this course will cover balance of payments accounting and foreign exchange markets.
Please review the syllabus for full course information.
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ECON 502 Macroeconomics (Winter/Spring 2022)
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ECON 539 Money and Banking (Summer II 2022)
ECON 590 Labor Economics (Fall 2022)
ECON 590 Economics of COVID-19 (Winter/Spring 2023)
Instructor: Dr. Mike Hsu
Graduate Credits: 3
Dates: 6/28/21 – 8/6/21
Prerequisite: Qualified to teach content area