Economics Course in the Spotlight for SP16
If you are still looking for an interesting elective to take in spring quarter, you might want to consider: ECON 102 – Globalization
This course presents theories of global economic integration, grounded in the principle of comparative advantage. Investigates patterns of trade when trade is balanced and capital flows when trade is not balanced. Assesses the consequences of global economic integration and economic policies for industry location, incomes, welfare and economic growth, and studies goods, services and sovereign debt markets.
Prerequisites: Econ 1 and 2 or 3 or 100B.
Professor Marc Muendler conducts research into the local impacts of global markets. His research interests include International trade, foreign investment and multinational enterprises, productivity estimation, and information economics.
This class will meet on T/TH from 11:00-12:20. Please check the Schedule of Classes for discussion times.