IR/EC 356 - Spain and the International Economic Institutions

This course will concentrate on the current international economic reality, the relations among the different variables that govern the world’s economic system, and how they affect the global economic situation. Additionally, we will study the international economic relations and the role of various international institutions, with a special focus on Spain, in solving the imbalance in the areas related to commerce, economic development, and international finance in the globalized economy.

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International Relations

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Independent Abroad 1 or higher

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