The course is split into two parts: International macroeconomic issues How are nominal exchange rates determined?
What does it mean for a currency to be overvalued or undervalued? Why do countries run large current account surpluses or deficits? Are such external imbalances sustainable?
Why do some fixed exchange rate regimes fail and end in a currency crisis? What are the benefits and costs of a common currency?
International trade theory and policy Who trades what with whom? What are the effects of trade on welfare and the income distribution? What are the effects of barriers to trade and economic integration? Start your online application Request detailed course outline Request detailed course outline First name.
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It also looks at the effect that trade has on both the level and distribution of incomes within and across countries.
International Finance examines the effects of financial flows between countries. It looks at the effect of such flows on the balance of payments and the exchange rate.
It also evaluates the implications of different exchange rate regimes and considers the appropriate role of international institutions such as the International Monetary Fund IMF. Students of International Economics can make use of the skills and tools learned in a wide range of career paths, such as journalism, consultancy, government agencies and international institutions, while at the same time enjoying the ability to make sense of some of the most important and complex issues of our times.
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