Syllabus 333 fall 2009_1

Syllabus 333 fall 2009_1 - The University of Illinois at...

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The University of Illinois at Chicago Economics 333: International Economics Fall 2009, Tuesdays 6-8:30 p.m., LC-D1 Helen Roberts: hroberts@uic.edu Office: UH709 Office Phone: (312) 355-0378 Office Hours: M 11 a.m., T 4-5 p.m., and by appointment TA Hour: Monday 2-3 p.m. and by appointment TA: Brittany Pappas bpappa2@uic.edu Econ 333 prepares you to think and work in the changing world economy. We will study what we trade with other countries (the theory), how we regulate international trade (trade policy), what determines exchange rates and the balance of payments, and how international developments can affect local economies. Evaluation Credit for the course will be based on class participation, weekly quizzes over the reading, and a country paper (15%), problem sets (25%), and 3 tests (each 20%). Class participation includes attendance and participation in discussions and experiments. The weekly quizzes will cover the chapter to be discussed in the following class. Problem sets will include
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