This library guide contains resources in support of the study of the macroeconomics of international trade and its application to foreign exchange markets and exchange rate policies. Students will investigate how a nation’s monetary and fiscal policies are affected by the openness of its economy. The objective of this class is for the student to understand, apply and analyze the implications of the following issues for the country’s economic well-being: 1) the state of the country’s balance of payments, 2) the theory of foreign exchange markets, 3) the different exchange rate policies, and 4) open economy macroeconomic models.
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