ECON 457: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

(S) This course is designed to familiarize the student with the principles and techniques necessary to understand economics in an international setting. Topics covered will include: absolute and comparative advantage, protectionism in various forms, economic decision-making in a global setting, applications of economic theory to multi-national firms, and numerous other international economics topics. Prerequisites: ECON 203, 204, BUAD 303, and junior standing. (Even Years Only).

Prerequisites: ECON203, or ECON203
Hours
3
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