Module code: ECON 3538
The module will examine theoretical International Trade frameworks and apply these to real world International Policy issues which will allow the presentation of an analysis of how the international economy works.
Recent developments in the world economy have raised concerns regarding the nature of the international adjustment mechanism, and the merits of free trade compared with protectionism. Therefore, the module will relate the theory of International Economics to recent world events, allowing debate on policy implications.
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Contact hours per student per year
Additional costs: No extra costs other than purchase of books
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