Course Outline

  1. Microeconomic aspects in international economics;
  2. Theories of international specialization and exchange;
  3. Trade policy and economic welfare;
  4. Trade and growth;
  5. Trade and technical progress;
  6. Trade policy and welfare economics.
  7. Product cycle, H.O. Theorem and factor price equalization,
  8. Regional blocks trading, WTO and trade liberalization.
  9. O.P. deficit and approach to pure B.O.P. Determinants of foreign exchange rates.
  10. Foreign direct investment,
  11. International institutes and their role, IMF, World Bank etc.

Reference Books

  1. Baldwin Robert L. and Richardson David J., (1986). International Trade and Finance, Little Brown and Company, Boston, Toronto.
  2. Caves Richard, E., and Jones Ronald W., World Trade and Payments: An Introduction, Latest Editions. Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Toront. Latest edition.
  3. Chacholiades, Miltiades, International Trade Theory and Policy (Latest Edition). McGraw Hill Book Company, New York, London, Latest edition.
  4. Donomick Sal Vatore B., International Economics (Latest Edition), Prentice Hal, Latest edition.
  5. Grubel Herbert C., International Economics, (Latest Edition) Richard D. Irwin Inc., Honewood, Illinois.
  6. Krugman and Obstfeld, International Economics: Theory and Policy, Addison Willey (1998).
  7. Moran Theodore H., (1985). Multinational Corporations: The Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investment. Lexington Books. Toronto, Massachusetts.
  8. Peter Holinder & Thomas A., Pugel., International Economics. Latest edition.
  9. Sodersten B. and Geoffry Read., (1994). International Economics, MacMillan Press Ltd. Latest edition.
  10. The Global Competitiveness, Report 1999, World Economic Forum, Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York.
  11. World Bank. World Development Report, 1986. Oxford University Press.