International Macroeconomics (7320AFE)

This course aims to enhance students' understanding of the economy-wide implications of cross-border real, monetary and financial linkages. It examines the economic causes and consequences of globalization, financial crises, the significance of international macroeconomic data, the determinants of exchange rates, international competitiveness, interest rates, saving, investment, capital flows, commodity prices, current account imbalances, money demand and supply, inflation, the operation and effectiveness of domestic fiscal and monetary policies, government budgets, public debt, foreign investment and economic growth.

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 3

Usually available

Nathan Trimester 2

There are currently no offerings for this course