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Type of Course: This course is a compulsory course for those pursuing a Major in Economics. It is also available to students of other streams provided they have studied and passed Mathematics at the +2 level.
Course Description: The analysis of the economic interaction between and across different national economies and their consequences shall be the focus of this course. Theories of international trade and capital flows, the process of exchange rate determination and balance of payments adjustment, etc., shall be covered and their implications for economic policy assessed.
Assessment: Two class tests (20% each), Mid-Semester Examination (30%) and End-Semester Examination (30%)