- Fall 2017
- Spring 2018
3 credit hours
Examines national and supranational policies that affect the international economy, with attention to trade barriers, economic nationalism and regionalism, international political economy, exchange market intervention, and international transmission of economic perturbations. Credit given for this course is not included in the calculation of an economics major GPA. May not be taken after either ECON 4413 or ECON 4423.
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