OL266
Economic Globalization
0.5 Credit

This course gives students with no economic background, an overview of economic globalization by providing them with the basic concepts and knowledge required to discuss and think about the role of economic forces in the world today. In particular, students will be introduced to such basic macroeconomics concepts as supply and demand, fiscal policy, debt/deficit, the role of interest rates, exchange rates, and unemployment; and key institutions in managing the global economy including central banks, the World Trade Organization, and the International Monetary Fund.

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
Registration status: senior student.
Exclusions
CT266.
Notes
3 lecture hours