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International Economics

(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Spring | Course Even-Numbered Years Only

A study of the foundations of international trade theory; development of international economic policies; foreign exchange and payments systems; and international institutions supporting trade, with special emphasis on the role of multinational corporations and common markets. Prerequisites: ECO-100, ECO-101 is recommended.

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141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593