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ECO 826 Doctoral Concentration Seminar in International Economics

Revised Course Description: Develops a comprehensive doctoral perspective of international economics. Critically reviews the conceptual foundation and theoretical development of international economics. Explores major contemporary debates and problems of international economics. Evaluates research methodologies and findings that support various theories and viewpoints of economics. Evaluates the research methodologies and findings that support various theories and viewpoints of international economics. Examines the implications of international economics for future research, student education, and business practice. Identifies topics that require future research in international economics. Begins preparation for doctoral comprehensive examination.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

DPS 820 Min Grade B and ECO 622 Min Grade B