EC 353 - International Economic Relations of the European Union
This course focuses on the international economic relations of the European Union in real and monetary matters. Part one covers trade and monetary theory on an intermediate macroeconomic level illustrated by trade patterns, structures and other examples of the EU and the US. The major goal is to analyze the interdependencies on trade and money. The second part covers the EU Common Commercial Policy and the economic relations of the EU with its most important partners: the U.S., Japan, China, India, Russia and developing countries.
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Introduction to micro- and macroeconomics