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Number:EC656
Name:International Economics
Description:This course focuses on international economic issues and theories basic to the analysis of the global economy. By integrating theory, current events, and policy, students can use international economics as a tool to understand the global marketplace. Successful completion will provide students with an understanding of the impact of international economics on the domestic economy and specific sectors of business.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):

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Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher Instructor New Used Rental eBook
S 2017 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 9780136054696 SAWYER 3RD 09 PEARSON Libby $0 $70 $0
S 2017 (none) Libby $0 $0 $0
S 2016 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 9780136054696 SAWYER 3RD 09 PEARSON Libby $0 $100 $0
S 2015 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 9780136054696 SAWYER 3RD 09 PEARSON Libby $0 $100 $0
S 2015 (none) Libby $0 $0 $0
S 2014 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 9780136054696 SAWYER 3RD 09 Libby $0 $0 $0
S 2013 International Economics 978-0-13-605469-6 Sawyer, W. Charles 3RD 09 Prentice Hall, Inc. Libby $226 $170 $0