MBA 6326: International Economics

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The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to both the principles of international trade and the fundamentals of balance of payments and exchange rate determination. Topics covered include the economic impact and the political economy of trade barriers, multilateral and bilateral trade arrangements, the conduct of monetary policy under alternative exchange rate systems, and the impact of trade restrictions and changes in exchange rates on business firms. Prerequisite: MBA 5X05 and MBA 5X06.
MBA 6326 Prerequisite: MBA 5905X, 5906X