Syllabus ECN 306


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ECN 306 SURVEY OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Spring 2010 TIME: Tu and Th 4:30-5:45 ROOM: BAC 316 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Josef Brada BAC 689 OFFICE HOURS: Office hours: Tuesday and Tursday, 1:30- 2:45 and by Appointment TEACHING ASSISTANT: TA Office hours, phone and email will be posted later OFFICE: PHONE: 965-6524 (personal office) 965-3531 (department office) EMAIL: [email protected] TEXT: Book: The textbook for the course is a custom edition of Carbaugh’s International Economics. The custom version includes only the chapters we are likely to cover in the course, and, as a result, it is cheaper than a new copy of the complete book. Of course, it may not be cheaper than a used copy of the full text, so you may want to do some comparison shopping. If you choose to purchase a used version of the full copy, or if you choose to purchase an older edition, it is your responsibility to determine which chapters in the custom edition match the chapters in your version of the book. Since you are the one saving the money, it’s your job, not mine, to do this. The Course Blackboard site : Contains lecture and other material that is part of the coursework. Please check the site on a regular basis. COURSE OBJECTIVES AND STRUCTURE: The objective of this course is to give you an understanding of international economics. The first part of the course will cover international finance – exchange rates, the effects of trade on aggregate output and prices in a country, international financial flows, international institutions such as the IMF, World Bank,
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