Handbooks and reading lists in International Economics

Guido Lorenzoni, MIT

Dating from Fall 2005, this course site has been archived under a Creative Commons licence as part of MIT Open CourseWare. It includes five problem sets, three past exams, a detailed reading list and course description. The course aims to cover "the basic tools and some topics of current interest" in international trade and finance.

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Serenella Sferza and Suzanne Berger, MIT

Reading list and example student work from a 2005 course that "introduces the main debates about the "new" global economy and their implications for practice and policy."

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Arnaud Costinot and Dave Donaldson, MIT

Lecture notes, lecture slides, and reading list from a Spring 2013 graduate-level course covering positive and normative issues in international trade as well as inter-regional trade and economic geography.

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Machiko Nissanke, SOAS

Course outlines and reading lists for International Economics 1 and International Economics 2 units at SOAS.

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Yanis Varoufakis, University of Texas

Topics and readings from an 11-week course that "focus[es] on central macroeconomic issues of a global reach."

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