Regional Economic Integration
Three semester hours. (FL-Even)
This course examines the historical context and forces behind the movement toward regional economic integration in today's global economy. Case studies incorporating basic theories and concepts from international economics, international finance, economic geography, and economic development are used to understand and predict the welfare consequences (to nations and individual groups) of existing and proposed economic integration schemes in different parts of the world. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
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