ECON 4850 - International Trade
Credit hours: 3
Description: Examines the nature and theoretical foundations of modern trade between nations. Topics include patterns of international trade and production, welfare implications of trade, impacts of tariffs and quotas, balance of trade and balance of payments issues. Analysis of trade implications of international monetary systems, multinational corporations, exchange rates and economic implications of political action.
Prerequisite(s): ECON 1100 and ECON 1110 or consent of department.
Course typically offered: On demand