International Economic Policy

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The international movements of goods, services, money, people, businesses, technology, and information are accelerating day-by-day. Countries are becoming increasingly interdependent. International economics is an academic discipline which aims at understanding various economic phenomena from international perspectives and fostering insight into such phenomena by studying this interdependent relationship. In a systematic manner we are able to learn "Introduction to International Economics" and more specialized classes (e.g., "International Investment Theory", "International Political Economy Theory", "Economic Integration Theory", and "International Macroeconomics"), which include a rich variety of lectures that are not available at any other university. Both undergraduate and graduate students may also take "Advanced International Economics", which might be quite challenging for undergraduate students (they can understand the class if they have already mastered the basics of economics).