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  • International Business Economics

    and Kaune‚ F. (2010). “A New Measure of Current Account Sustainability for Developing Countries‚” Goldman-Sachs Emerging Markets Economic Research. * Barro‚ R. and Sala-I-Martin‚ X. (2009). Economic Growth. McGraw Hill‚ New York. * Bergsten‚ C. and Williamson‚ J. (2010). Dollar Overvaluation and the World Economy‚ Special Report 16‚ Institute for International Economics‚ Washington D.C.‚ November. * Blanchard‚ O. and Giavazzi‚ F. (2009). “The U.S. Current Account and the Dollar‚” NBER Working Paper

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  • International Economics

    International economics Kap1 International trade * Globalization * Many definitions * The process that makes trade‚ transport‚ transactions‚ exchange of information and mobility across national (and other) borders and across long distances‚ cheaper and easier. * Globalization is long run trend for all societies‚ * Technological globalization * Political globalization * Size Matters: The Gravity Model Technology * Technology for transport

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  • International Economics

    because if I have a German plant and I’m producing glasses and there is a Slovenien customer‚ I tell him to pay to an address in Ireland. This has nothing to do on what I produce. The difficulty with this is that it over-exaggerate the real level of economic activity. It gives us a false figure.! The last issue (repatriation of profit) involves many multinationals that do not reinvest their profits back into the country instead they send them back to head offices. The money that they make distorts GDP

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  • International Economics

    OF ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ECONOMICS EAE 307: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS I INSTRUCTOR: P. M. KUUYA SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ECONOMICS EAE 307: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS I LECTURER: P. M. KUUYA TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 LECTURE ONE 6 1.0 INTRODUCTORY LECTURE 6 1.1 Why We Study International Economics

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  • International Economics

    Multiple-Choice Questions for International Economics by Dr. Bob Carbaugh Department of Economics Central Washington University Chapter 1: The International Economy and Globalization A primary reason why nations conduct international trade is because: a. Some nations prefer to produce one thing while others produce another *b. Resources are not equally distributed to all trading nations c. Trade enhances opportunities to accumulate profits d. Interest rates are not identical in all trading

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  • International Economic

    Quiz 1 1. An increase in the imports of clothing into the U.S from India wills benefits the____________ & hurt the___________. A) U.S. clothing producers; Indian clothing producers B) Indian consumers; Indian clothing producers C) U.S consumers; Indian clothing producers D) U.S consumers; U.S clothing produces 2. Suppose Country A‚ a labor-abundant country‚ produces only wheat & cloth. The following equations illustrate the prices & costs of wheat and cloth in

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  • International Economic

    1:Mercantilists believed that a nation would benefit from achieving: an even trade balance (exports equal to imports). a positive or favorable trade balance (exports larger than imports). as much self-sufficiency as possible (minimal exports and imports). a trade deficit‚ funded by loans from other nations. [我的答案] a positive or favorable trade balance (exports larger than imports). 2:Adam Smith’s theory was based on the labor theory of value‚ assuming that: the value of labor depended

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  • International Economics

     &  acknowledgementsReprints How  to  grow Without  faster  growth  the  rich  world’s  economies  will  be  stuck. But  what  can  be  done  to  achieve  it?  Our  economics  team  sets out  the  options Oct  7th  2010  |  from  the  print  edition WHAT  will  tomorrow’s  historians  see  as  the  defining  economic  trend  of  the early  21st  century?  There  are  plenty  of  potential  candidates‚  from  the remaking  of  finance  in  the  wake  of  the  crash  of  2008  to  the  explosion

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  • International Economic Problem Set

    Student Name: Grade: Problem Set 1-A For National Income Accounting and the Balance of Payments Multiple Choice Questions (Please read all the choices) (Each question is 3 points) Mark the correct answer 1) Which one of the following statements is the most accurate? A) GNP plus depreciation is called net national product (NNP). B) GNP less depreciation is called net national product (NNP). C) GNP less depreciation is called net factor product (NFP). D)

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  • International Economic Essay

    generate huge economic activity in London. It benefit of financial sector can generate huge positive impact in different aspects‚ such as Huge taxes to the government‚ huge percentage of GDP‚ attractive enormous FDI and Massive employment work in this sector. However‚ the financial sector could lead to different cost that the UK authorities will help the banking system to keep health‚ when occurs a collapse in financial sector. For this reason‚ this will generate huge cost and affect economic in UK. Moreover

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