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4806684: International Economics - Lecture

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Semester:WS 19/20
Type:Lecture
Language:English
Scheduled in semester:5
Semester Hours per Week / Contact Hours:30.0 L / 22.5 h
Self-directed study time:97.5 h

Module coordination/Lecturers

Curricula

Bachelor's degree programme in Business Administration (01.09.2012)

Description

Patterns of international trade, international trade theories, instruments of trade policy, theoretical approaches to determination of exchange rates, international regulation of financial markets

Qualifications

    • Explain why countries trade and why governments may restrict international trade
    • Illustrate patterns and trends in international trade
    • Outline theories of international trade and policy
    • Summarize models of exchange rate determination and point out the effects of changes in international exchange rates
    • Identify challenges in international trade and monetary policy
    • Understand and apply theoretical approaches to explain past and current developments in international economics
    • good listening and posing of critical questions, awareness
    • manage cognition, presence and awareness during the lecture

Lectures Method

Lecture with some interactive routines

Literature

  • Krugman, P., Obstfeld, M., Meltiz, M. (2015), International Economics, 10th Edition, Pearson
  • Feenstra, R., Taylor, A. M., C. (2017), International Economics, 4th Edition, Worth Publishing
  • Selected journal articles

Exam Modalities

  • written examination (90 minutes)

Dates

DatumZeitRaum
10.09.201915:15 - 16:45H3
17.09.201915:15 - 16:45H3
24.09.201915:15 - 16:45H3
01.10.201915:15 - 16:45H3
08.10.201915:15 - 16:45H3
15.10.201915:15 - 16:45H3
22.10.201915:15 - 16:45H3
05.11.201915:15 - 16:45H3
12.11.201915:15 - 16:45H3
19.11.201915:15 - 16:45H3
26.11.201915:15 - 16:45H3
03.12.201915:15 - 16:45H3
10.12.201915:15 - 16:45H3
17.12.201915:15 - 16:45H3

Exams

  • PWW-BA-12_International Economics - VO (WS 19/20, bestätigt)
  • PWW-BA-12_International Economics - VO (SS 20, bestätigt)