Appropriate for undergraduate, MA or MBA courses in internationsl economics offered by economics and business administration department, this text presents the principles and theories needed to understand international economics (trade and finanace). Emphasizing the relevance of concepts and theories through real-world examples and applications, this edition has been updated to reflect recent developments.
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The number one book in the market, this text presents all the principles and theories essential to an in-depth understanding of international economics (trade and finance). Making the study of international economics manageable for undergraduates, the chapters feature an intuitive approach with more rigorous proofs presented in chapter appendices. Emphasizing the relevance of concepts and theories through numerous real-world examples and applications as well as over 60 actual case studies, this edition of this text is updated to reflect recent developments and still offers unfailingly evenhanded, unbiased coverage of policy and ideology issues.From the Back Cover:
Stay on top of constant change in the global economy!
Will the euro become the leading international currency? Is the U.S. trade deficit sustainable? Has terrorism slowed the process of globalization? Will China be the next economic superpower?
To keep up with the latest issues and controversies in international economics, you need a book that keeps the pace with our rapidly changing world. Thoroughly updated and revised, the Eighth Edition of Dominic Salvatore’s INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS presents the crucial changes that have taken place recently in the world economy, from serious trade disputes among the United States, the European Union, Japan, and developing countries, to the introduction of the euro as the second most important international currency in the world.
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