ECON 6510 3.00

Level Graduate
Department ECONOMICS - ROOM SSB N205B, (416) 736-5068 fax (416) 736-5762
Description This course examines international economics from the viewpoint of the firm and the nation. International trade in goods and services, inward and outward foreign investment, trade barriers, the World Trade Organization, the foreign exchange market, the impact of exchange rate changes and the international monetary system including the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are among the topics discussed. Prerequisite: ECON 5100 3.0 Note: Not open to IMBA students.