BEO1105 - Economic Principles
Does not apply to students completing; BBCO Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Finance), BBCA Bachelor of Commerce
|1.||Review a range of trade theories to conceptualise present day international trade patterns;|
|2.||Assess the efficiency and distributional consequences of barriers to trades;|
|3.||Analyse the dynamics of foreign exchange markets in facilitating the flows of goods, services and investment;|
|4.||Analyse various exchange rate policies in practice; and|
|5.||Appraise the economic rationale for international financial regulation.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Report||Research Plan Proposal||10%|
|Presentation||Group Research Presentation||30%|
|Test||Online Test (60mins)||20%|
|Test||Final In-class Test (120mins)||40%|
|Report||A country or an industry study||20%|
International Economics (Global ed.).
Gerber, J. (2017).
Harlow, United Kingdom: Pearson.
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