Analysis of policy options and debates on fostering economic growth and development in a global economy where national boundaries are no longer relevant. Topics covered will include real loanable funds markets in both local and international contexts during normal conditions and during financial crises, the design of trade and industrial policies, and the role of the World Bank, IMF, WTO, and other international agencies as well as regional and bilateral trade agreements. Emerging economies will be emphasized.

Prerequisites/Rules:
Minimum grade of C- in ECON200 and ECON201. Restriction: Must be in Economics Bachelor of Arts program.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular, Pass-Fail, Audit

Course Offerings

    Fall 2017Instructor: Martina Copelman
    Fall 2017Instructor: Naveen Sarna
    Summer 2017 IInstructor: Emekcan Yucel
    Spring 2017Instructor: Naveen Sarna
    Fall 2016Instructor: Naveen Sarna
    Fall 2016Instructor: Naveen Sarna
    Fall 2016Instructor: Naveen Sarna
    Spring 2016Instructor: Naveen SarnaView: Syllabus
    Spring 2016Instructor: Naveen SarnaView: Syllabus
    Fall 2015Instructor: Naveen SarnaView: Syllabus