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ECON 380 - The Global Economy

This course provides an introduction to global economic problems and issues. Topics will include the growing importance of global economic relations among nations and international organizations, comparative advantage as a basis for gains from trade, impact of various trade restrictions, arguments for protection, regional trading arrangements, global investment and capital flows, global migration, balance of payments problems and policies, determination of exchange rates under alternative international monetary systems, and special problems of developing regions. Class Notes: This course is a fully online course requiring reliable internet access, computer literacy, and the ability to self-manage independent learning assignments with specified deadlines.Instructional content is synchronous using Webex. Homework and exams are synchronously scheduled. Student will be required to use Respondus LockDown Browser for exams. Exam and homework assignment due dates are listed on the course syllabus posted on Blackboard. Enrollment Requirements: You must have completed ECON 101 and ECON 102 with a grade of "C" or better to take this class.
Course Materials Charge = $104.00 Social Sciences (GEP) Social Sciences (GFR)
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