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assign13H1 - Intro Macro N. Sheflin ASSIGNMENT 13 NOTES:...

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I n t r o M a c r o N . S h e f l i n ASSIGNMENT 13 NOTES : Introduction to International Trade, International Finance and International Macroeconomics; END OF SEMESTER AND FINAL EXAM INFORMATION LAST CLASS – Monday 5/3 o Investment Game ends at market close on Friday 4/30 Results and Prizes Monday 5/3 in class HELP/INFORMATION FOR THE FINAL EXAM o Review Guides and Essential Questions – available in Sakai 4/20 o Final Exam Question Board in Sakai 4/20 o Study Groups -- Discussion Boards for arranging study groups will go up nearer to the final exam date o Question And Answer Classes – dates/times/places soon THREE COURSE EVALUATIONS/SURVEYS/POSTTEST – 5 EXTRA CREDIT points for completing all 3; 0 points for less 1. Official University Course Evaluation – Available through Sakai 2. My Course Evaluation in Sakai – due within 24 hours after the final exam 3. My POST TEST - due within 24 hours after the final exam FINAL EXAM SECTION H1 FRIDAY MAY 7, 8-11AM MU 301 (REGULAR ROOM) FINAL EXAM CONFLICTS – see me week of 4/19 with signed note from dean or printed schedule showing your name, listing your courses, and showing their scheduled final exam times. “A student shall be said to have an exam conflict if that student has: More than two (2) exams on one calendar day. More than two (2) exams scheduled in consecutive periods. (E.g.: a student has exams scheduled for 4:00 - 7:00 PM and 8:00 - 11:00 PM on one day and 8:00 - 11:00 AM on the following day.) Two exams OFFICIALLY scheduled for the same exam period.” THERE ARE NO MAKEUP FINAL EXAMS UNLESS THERE IS AN OFFICIAL CONFLICT OR OTHER VERIFIED EXTREME CIRCUMSTANCE. OTHERWISE, THE FINAL EXAM MUST BE TAKEN AT THE SCHEDULED TIME READING 13, 14C (only), 10C (only) There is lots here so focus on the major, simple punch lines explained below. In the International Monetary System (13C) just know how flexible rates work and an idea of fixed rates (like China). Globalization at
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