Undergraduate Courses

ECON3620 INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMICS

The main topics of this course are: international financial markets, the effects of balance of payments disequilibrium and exchange rate changes on the domestic macroeconomy, various approaches to the determination of balance of payments and exchange rates, the evolution and the present condition of the international monetary system, monetary integration, floating vs. fixed exchange rates, and some recent concerns such as the oil price and Third World debt. Students are advised to take ECON2011 and 2021 before taking this course.

2016-2017:
1st Term
ECON3620A Teacher: Dr. KO Kwan Wai [Course Outline]
2nd Term
ECON3620B Teacher: Prof. CHAN Man Lung, Jackie [Course Outline]