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ECON 335 International Finance
A study of the International Monetary System, the balance of payments accounts, foreign exchange and international financial markets, the mechanics of international economic adjustment, and macroeconomic analysis in an open economy. Topics explored include exchange rate determination, risk, foreign debt, capital flow, Third World debt problems, the international monetary system. Offered Fall only. (LA)
Prerequisites: ECON 212 and JrS.
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