ECO2305H1F Topics in International FinanceThis course is aimed at graduate students intending to do research in international finance or related areas, and wanting to understand thoroughly those models. The course will be theoretical, rather than empirical, but it should provide a basis for subsequent applied work. Students will work rigorously through several key models that are the subject of active research in the following areas: currency crisis and contagion, international policy coordination, regional currencies, and sovereign lending and conditionality.
Section L0101, Fall 2010–11Instructor: Paul R. Masson [course website]
Day/time: W 9-11
Location: GE 100