Lecture materials in International Economics
Lecture slides by Derek Braddon, UWE Bristol. Creative Commons licence
- Corporate governance systems in the global economy
- Corporate governance issues in the international economy
- Forces driving change in the global economy
Detailed lecture notes with diagrams from a course on International Economics by Kwan Choi of Iowa State University. Topics are Derivatives, the Heckscher-Ohlin Model, Protectionism, Developing Countries, and the Balance of Payments.
The development of international financial institutions and markets
This course page supports a module on the economic history of the development of international financial institutions and markets as taught by Larry Neal of the LSE in 2009. It covers topics such as the sub-prime crisis, past financial crises and bubbles, the Gold Standard, the Great Depression, Bretton Woods and the emergence of globalization in modern times. It includes slides for each lecture, PDFs of related readings and course admin information.
Roberto Rigobon, MIT: Lecture notes, exams and assignments from a graduate-level Applied Macro- and International Economics course taught Spring 2004.
Pol Antràs, MIT: Lecture notes and assignments from a graduate-level International Economics course taught Spring 2007. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are released under a Creative Commons licence.
Tyler Bowles, Utah State University: Syllabus, audio lectures and assignments from International Economics, taught Fall 2005. Released under a Creative Commons licence.
Alan G. Isaac, American University Washington D.C.: Syllabus for International Economics: Finance, taught 2009 (PDF format). Creative Commons Attribution Licence.
Prize lectures from economics Nobel Laureates (UK)
The Nobel Foundation makes available a great deal of material on each of the Economics prize winners, including video of each Prize Lecture since Robert Mundell in 1999. As well as a lay introduction to each prize winner's research, there are "Advanced information" links giving a more technical explanation. This link is to the Economics Network's quick index of lecture videos and related materials on the site. Each video is a full lecture (usually between 40 and 60 minutes) with good audio and video quality, and pitched at a non-technical audience. Transcripts of each lecture are available in PDF form.
This site features a range of teaching materials produced by Colin Danby of University of Washington, Bothell, covering macroeconomics, microeconomics, trade, and balance of payments and exchange rates. They include pages of notes, diagrams, quizzes - general materials, as opposed to handouts and materials relating to a specific taught course.