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Graduate Programs

ECO2302H1F International Economics: Theory & Institutions ( NON-ECO MAIR AND MPP STUDENTS ONLY)

This course in an introduction to international economic theory, mainly macroeconomics, as background to the study of international institutions and international economic policies. The course will also cover the origins and operation of the most important existing international institutions (IMF, IBRD, GATT and WTO). This course was designed specifically for non-economics students participating in the Collaborative Program in International Relations and CANNOT BE TAKEN FOR CREDIT by students in the MA or MFE programs in ECONOMICS.

Section L0101, Fall 2009–10

Instructor: Gilles Duranton
Day/time: W 10-12, F 9-11
Location: SS 1084, *SS 1083
TA: Christian Dippel