EXC 2404 International Economics and Trade - RE-SIT EXAMINATION
APPLIES TO ACADEMIC YEAR 2012/2013
EXC 2404 International Economics and Trade - RE-SIT EXAMINATION|
Responsible for the course
Per Botolf Maurseth
Department of Economics
According to study plan
Language of instruction
The course gives the students an introduction to international economics. Among the topics are gains from and problems with international trade and economic globalization. The course gives an overview of main theories of international trade and international investments. The course also covers trade policy.
The course introduces the students to the main concepts of international economics. Among the topics covered are the gains and problems of globalization.
The first part the course discusses different theories of trade and the theory of tariffs. The course also covers additional topics, like the role of multinational companies
Krugman, Paul R. and Maurice Obstfeld. 2010. International economics : theory & policy. 9th ed. Boston, Mass. : Pearson : Addison Wesley. 712. Textbook - Selected chapters
Collection of articles:
Selected articles will be added
Handouts and cases distrubuted in lectures
Internet-based assignments and cases may be used.
The course consists of 36 lecture hours.
A three hour individual written exam concludes the course.
EXC 24041 - Written exam accounts for 100% of the final grade in the course EXC 2404 International Economics and Trade, 6 credits.
Examination support materials
BI-approved exam calculator.
One bilingual dictionary may also be used at written examiniations. Support materials permitted at written examiniations are explained under exam information in our web-based Student handbook. Please note use of calculator and dictionary. http://www.bi.edu/studenthandbook/examaids
Due to changes in our Bachelor Programmes from autumn semester of 2009, there also will be changes in every single course. This course was taught for the last time in the autumn semester of 2010. A re-sit exam will be offered every term from autumn 2011 including the spring semester of 2013.
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