GS 3100 (4 credits)

Understanding International Trade

Basic concepts of international economics are reviewed to explore how economic factors, such as exchange rates, balance of payments, inflation, labor, tariffs and the flow of capital affect trade. Using existing data sources students explore what countries and regions trade with each other, to what extent, and in what products and services. Students will be able to analyze the international trade interactions of a particular state, country, or region, as well as the historical and current factors that impact these patterns. Students will also explore legal constraints to engaging in international trade, such as requirements for export licenses and screening for individuals and countries where trade is illegal.

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Sections: Autumn Quarter

CRN 5340
Credits
4.00
Day/Time/Location
09/12/22 -
11/18/22
Format
Online Async
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Tuition Rate

Per credit: $719

Additional Fees
Technology Fee: $4/credit hour for each class taken for credit
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