BT 454 International Economics and Finance

"This course applies principles of economics and finance to the international setting. The first half of the course deals with microeconomic and macroeconomic issues of international trade and covers such issues as (i) why countries trade, (ii) the theory and practice of trade policy including multilateral trade liberalization within the WTO and regional economic integration, (iii) exchange rates. The second half of the course teaches students how to be effective global financial managers. To achieve this goal, the course focuses on important topics that include the fundamentals of the macroeconomic environment of international financial management, the financial environment in which the multinational firm and its managers must function, and foreign exchange management and financial management in a multinational firm."




BT 243 and BT 321


School of Business

Typically Offered Periods

Spring Semester