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Studies large-scale economic interactions among interdependent economies using advanced theoretical and empirical tools from economics. Addresses topics such as the role of financial traders in exchange rate determination, the impact of monetary and fiscal policies on the international asset position of a country, the role of the International Monetary Fund in promoting economic development and stability around the globe, and the effects of macroeconomic policies of advanced nations on third world and emerging market economies. Prerequisite: Economics 249, 256.  One unit.  

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300-Level Elective