ECON 3352 International Macroeconomics and Finance

3 hours; 3 credits

The foreign exchange market, international financial markets, and the determination of the equilibrium exchange rate. Price levels and the exchange rate in the long run; output and the exchange rate in the short run; foreign exchange intervention; capital mobility; monetary and asset market approach to the balance of payments; international macroeconomic policy and the international monetary system.

Prerequisite: +Economics 2200 [20.1].


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