INTB3353 Syllabus - Sample Sample Fall 2010 INTB 3353...

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Sample Sample Fall 2010 INTB 3353 Economics of Globalization Dr. Amelie Benear Carlton Section: 10764 Office: 325Q Melcher Hall Tuesday: 8:30 – 10:00 am (In-Class meeting) Phone no.: 713-743-2592 Room: Melcher Hall 180 E-mail: Blackboard Vista Office hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 12pm to 1pm Teaching Assistants There are two teaching assistants (T.A.'s) dedicated to this section of INTB 3353. They are here to help you to succeed in the class. Visit them during their office hours or make appointments to see them. They can give you instruction and advice on taking notes, studying, understanding the material, and performing on exams. There are two Teaching Assistants for the course, who are allocated among students based on the first letter of your last name. Their office is located in McElhinney Building, Department of Economics. First letter of your last name TA Offic e Phone Number E-mail Office hours A – L Mishal Ahmed 207M 713-743-3843 Blackboard Vista Tues/Thurs 11:30-12:30am M – Z Imdadul Halder 207M 713-743-3843 Blackboard Vista Tues/Thurs 10am-11am Please direct your questions to your assigned TA and use my e-mail only for situations that cannot be resolved by the TA. The TA’s will answer substantive and procedural questions, either by e-mail or in person, but will not compensate for lecture material missed due to your absence from class. My office hours stated above are for issues that cannot be resolved by your T.A. or via e-mail. CHECK YOUR EMAIL MESSAGES ON BLACKBOARD VISTA DAILY. Introduction
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Dr. Amelie Carlton Economics of Globalization International business has grown so rapidly in the past decade that many experts believe we are living in the era of globalization. The economics of globalization is growing in importance as a field of study because of the rapid integration of international economic markets. Markets have been going global, and everyone knows it. This course builds on the knowledge of macroeconomic fundamentals in order to identify issues and forces in the context of globalization. Course Objectives The primary objective of the course is to equip you, the future manager, with a skill set that enables you to analyze changes in global economic conditions. Globalization requires managers to use economic models for analysis as the global economy changes. The goal of this course is to help you become more confident and effective managers in the competitive global market place. By the end of the course, you should be able to: 1. Explain the macroeconomic variables that benefit from the globalization process; 2. Discuss the process of economic growth and how it relates to globalization; 3. Describe the causes and consequences of global financial crises; 4. Assess the different foreign exchange markets and regimes; 5. Summarize the role that multilateral institutions play in the global financial markets; Hybrid Format This course is being conducted in a “hybrid format”; that is, a combination of in-class lectures and
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