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Department of Economics and Finance
This course introduces students to selected relevant topics in international finance. It will familiarize students with the analytical techniques needed to understand different theoretical issues and evaluate the empirical performance of the models. The main topics covered in this course are exchange rate movements, current account determination, foreign exchange intervention and volatility, sovereign debt and crisis, financial development, financial liberalization and international capital flows, currency crisis, banking system stability and systemic risk, and the role of international institutions like the IMF.
Subject to approval of the Head of Department. RP: ECON344 or FINC344
ECON344 or FINC344