PA 854 Macroeconomic Policy and International Financial Regulation

Routinely offered: This course is offered every other year.

This course surveys international macroeconomics, with special reference to international monetary policy and international financial market architecture. Topics include the structure of international financial markets; the role of central banks; exchange-rate systems; the determination of balance of payments and exchange rates; macroeconomics of open economies; policy analysis for open economies; policy coordination; the International Monetary Fund; and financial crises. Course website.


Recent Syllabus

Syllabus Spring 2024