International Finance: Theory and Policy
In writing International Finance: Theory and Policy, Steve Suranovic’s goals were simple:
- To help students understand the international economy by illustrating how economic models are applied to real-world issues
- To develop a unified model of the international macroeconomy
- HISTORICAL CONTEXT:
- FIXED & FLOATING EXCHANGES:
- TRADE IMBALANCES:
- AA-DD MODEL:
This textbook is suitable for these courses: International Finance (one semester)
This textbook is suitable for 2 and 4 year institutions.
Begins with an historical overview of the international macroeconomy to provide context for the theory
Concludes with a detailed discussion of the pros and cons of fixed and floating exchange rate systems
Provides an extensive look at the issue of trade imbalances. Readers learn techniques to evaluate whether a country's trade deficit (or surplus) is dangerous, beneficial, or benign
Applies the AA-DD model to understand the effects of monetary and fiscal policy on GDP, the exchange rate, and the trade balance
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