This module offers a broad and advanced study of international monetary economics. The theory presented covers a comprehensive range of topics including exchange rate determination, monetary and fiscal policies in open economies and an introduction to international financial institutions. International financial markets and institutions affect everyday life, involve very large flows of funds, and influence the production of goods and services of almost every single country. The insights provided by the theoretical frameworks will enable students to discuss topics related to international financial markets such as the single currency in Europe.
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