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ECON 2100 - The Global Economy - Summer15

Frédérique Allou
Enrollment for this class is currently closed.


The world’s economies have become much more integrated over time. This course is designed to introduce students to basic facts about the operation of the world economy, with particular focus on current issues confronting economies of various countries. The course will discuss the role of international organizations such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, and will focus on major problems facing policy makers, such as global income inequality, financial crises, environmental challenges, the transition to a market economy, and the design of the European Monetary Union
NOTE: Not available for credit in the major; may be used as a non-major elective, depending on degree.3

Prerequisite: University status

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