ECO 4 Exchange, Growth, and Development in the Global Economy.

Evolution of the modern world economy has been influenced not only by technical and institutional changes within national economics but also by interactions among them. Substantial international flows of people, goods, capital, and technology, since the beginning of the modern era, have helped to set the terms for development of national patterns of economic growth and specialization. Introduces formal analysis of international economic relations in the areas of trade, financial flows, and government policies, and then encourages examination of international economic developments in various historical and institutional settings.

1. ECO 344 International Economic Relations (3); and

2. Two from the following:
ECO 341 Economic History of Modern Europe (3), or
ECO 342 Comparative Economic Systems (3), or
ECO 347 Economic Development (3)

Note: Not open to majors in business.

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