The course introduces basics of international economics, together with key issues in China’s foreign economic relations. It uses textbook readings as the theoretical framework to analyze Chinese foreign trade, monetary and exchange rate policies. The course aims to train students to develop their ways of economic thinking in understanding a rising China and its changing economic relations with the rest of the world.
Prereq: [ECN 101 AND ECN 102] OR ECN 203, or equivalent intro to microeconomics and macroeconomics course(s)
Locations: Beijing, Tsinghua
Semesters: Fall, Spring