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University of Hong Kong
The course is an introduction to an evolving and growing literature on international finance and open-economy macroeconomics. The course covers the following major topic areas: the foreign exchange market, balance of payments, international parity conditions, models of exchange rate determination, costs and benefits of financial globalization, capital flows and debt crisis. Current issues such as the euro debt crisis, reform of the international monetary system, global payment imbalance, carry trade and exchange rate crises are examined in this course.The most recent textbook used: International Macroeconomics by Robert C. Feenstra and Alan M. Taylor, Worth.
20% Problem sets
40% Mid-term exam (to be held on Nov 4 in class), orTerm-essay (to be handed in during the final)
40% Final exam
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