University Of Houston-Victoria
Course Online Syllabus
|Department||ECON||Course Number||6367||Section Number||25082|
|Name of Course||Global Economics|
|Name of Instructor||Hajilee,Massomeh|
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As a result of this course, students will
- critically understand the complex processes of globalization, especially the links between economic integration and international competitiveness. To this end we will examine the reasons for the integration across borders of the markets in goods and the factors of production, and the consequences of these trends
- develop an understanding of the concepts of global economy and globalization
- develop an understanding of the importance of global competitiveness and trade
- be able to examine various international trading agreements, trading blocs, and emerging trading patterns
- be able to examine the role of transnational corporations and international financial investment in the global economy
- be able to examine the international migration of labor and the impact it is having on the global economy
- analyze and evaluate recent developments in global economics
|Exam # 1 (on-line)||25%|
|Exam # 2 (on-line)||25%|
Robert J. Carbaugh, International Economics,13th (2011) ed., ISBN 1439038945.
, Economics CourseMate,2011 ed.
, Study Guide Instant Access Code for Carbaugh,2011 ed.
List of Discussion/Lecture Topics
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