International Economics

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The International Economics Course for BA (Hons) Economics Semester V, Delhi University has been taught by Mr. Dheeraj Suri. The Video Lectures are based upon the books prescribed by the University of Delhi. The Duration of Video Lectures is approximately 35 Hours.
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Course Content

Chapter A : World Trade    [30 Minutes]

Gravity Model

 

Chapter 1 : Ricardian Model    [240 Minutes]

 

Chapter 2 : Specific Factor Model    [163 Minutes]

 

Chapter 3 : Hecksher Ohlin Model    [109 Minutes]

 

Chapter 4 : Standard Trade Model     [112 Minutes]

 

Chapter 5 : External Economies of Scale    [85 Minutes]

 

Chapter 6 : Firms in Global Economy     [143 Minutes]

 

Chapter 7 : The Instruments of Trade Policy    [140 Minutes]

 

Chapter 8 : Free Trade    [140 Minutes]

 

Chapter 9 : Controversies in Trade Policy    [48 Minutes]

 

Chapter 10 : Equilibrium in Foreign Exchange Market    [65 Minutes]

 

Chapter 11 : Open Economy     [308 Minutes]

 

Chapter 12 : Fixed Exchange Rate     [172 Minutes]

 

Chapter 13 : International Monetary System    [84 Minutes]

 

Chapter 14 : International Globalisation    [63 Minutes]

 

 

Course Description

This course develops a systematic exposition of models that try to explain the composition, direction, and consequences of international trade, and the determinants and effects of trade policy. It then builds on the models of open economy macroeconomics developed in courses 08 and 12, focusing on national policies as well as international monetary systems.   It   concludes   with   an  analytical   account   of   the   causes   and consequences of the rapid expansion of international financial flows in recent years. Although the course is based on abstract theoretical models, students will also be exposed to real-world examples and case studies. 
 
 
Course Outline 
 
1. Introduction What is international economics about? An overview of world trade. 
 
2. Theories of International Trade The Ricardian, specific factors, and Heckscher-Ohlin models; new trade theories; the international location of production; firms in the global economy — outsourcing and multinational enterprises. 
 
3. Trade Policy Instruments of trade policy; political economy of trade policy; controversies in trade policy. 
 
4. International Macroeconomic Policy Fixed   versus   flexible   exchange   rates;   international   monetary   systems;   financial globalization and financial crises. 

 

Readings: 
 1. Paul Krugman, Maurice Obstfeld, and Marc Melitz, International Economics: Theory and Policy, Addison-Wesley (Pearson Education Indian Edition), 9th edition, 2012.

2. Dominick Salvatore, International Economics: Trade and Finance, John Wiley International Student Edition, 10th edition, 2011.   

 

 

 

Video Lectures are also available for :
Eco (H) Sem I
Mathematical Methods for Economics I
Introductory Micro Economics
Calculus (GE)
 
Eco (H) Sem II
Mathematical Methods for Economics II
Introductory Macro Economics
Linear Algebra (GE)
 
Eco (H) Sem III
Intermediate Micro Economics I
Intermediate Macro Economics I
Statistical Methods
Financial Economics (SEC)
Data Analysis (SEC)
Differential Equations (GE)
Money and Banking (GE)
 
Eco (H) Sem (IV)
Intermediate Micro Economics II
Intermediate Macro Economics II
Introductory Econometrics
Data Analysis
 
Eco (H) Sem V
Development Economics I
Indian Economy I
Applied Econometrics
International Economics
Public Economics
 
Eco (H) Sem VI
Development Economics II
Financial Economics
Money & Financial Markets
Environmental Economics
 
BBE ALL Semester
B Com (H) ALL Semester
MA Economics Entrance
UGC NET Economics

 

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