CREDITS 2 (LV) 3 (ECTS) - 30 Contact Hours

International Monetary Economics is the monetary part of international trade and monetary economics. Its focus is on explaining what motivates flows of money across borders and how this affects exchange rates and interest rates and subsequently economic activity. Particular focus is given to currency crises and policy coordination since the former is on the rise and the latter is (still) insufficient.

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