Nelson Mandela University
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Area of Study
Economics, International Affairs
Taught In English
Macro Economics (EC201)
Micro Economics (EC202)
Or home university equivalent
Course Level Recommendations
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Host University Units10
Recommended U.S. Semester Credits0
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units1
Hours & Credits
To create an awareness and a thorough understanding of the importance of international economic issues with specific reference to the classical theory of trade, modern theories of trade, trade policy instruments and their impacts, economic integration, balance of payments accounts, the foreign exchange market, and macroeconomic policy in an open economy.
- Understanding and application of the underlying principles of classical and modern trade theory, trade intervention and its impacts, and economic integration theory.
- Knowledge and insight into the balance of payments accounts, the foreign exchange market and open economy macroeconomic policy.
- Classical trade theory.
- Modern trade theory.
- Trade instruments and impacts.
- Economic integration.
- Insight into the balance of payments accounts.
- Insight into the foreign exchange market.
- Insight into open economy macroeconomics.