International Economic Analysis
|Tittle||International Economic Analysis|
|Cycle (first/second)||First Cycle|
|Semester when the component is delivered||2-nd semester|
|Course description||The discipline "International Economic Analysis" provides training of specialists on international economics. The purpose of this course are: formation of student understanding, logic, mechanisms and instruments for analysis of international economic processes, gain knowledge and practical skills in applying knowledge in analytical work, modeling situations (finance and credit, investment, commercial and accounting), making optimal decisions in multiple choice. Processing with students’ basic issues of the international economic analysis in accordance with the program and work plan. Form for students the integrated system of theoretical knowledge the course "International Economic Analysis". The course assists students learn the practical skills of implementing the basics of international economic analysis in practice.|
Module 1: Fundamentals of International Economic AnalysisTopic 1. International Analysis Databases and Course Subject.
Topic 2. Evaluation of the World Economy Environment.
Topic 3. Methods of International Economic Analysis.
Topic 4. Analysis of the World Market Demand.
Topic 5. International Trade and Commodity Flows.
Topic 6. Global Risk Factors of Global Financial System.
Topic 7. Global Financial Stability.
Module 2: International Economic Analysis in the System of World EconomyTopic 8. Economic Analysis and Antitrust Policy.
Topic 9. System of Anti-Dumping Investigations.
Topic 10. International Investment Position.
Topic 11. International Stock Indexes.
Topic 12. Okun's Law and Unemployment Analysis.
Topic 13. Analysis of World Prices.
Topic 14. Economic Openness of State.
Topic 15. System of International Ratings.
|Learning outcomes||The student should know:
• foundations of international economic analysis;
• peculiarities of application the international economic analysis;
• foundations of global financial stability;
• main stock indexes;
• movement of commodity flows and vector of international trade.
Students should be able to:
• evaluate international economic environment;
• define the structure of world market demand;
• analyze the system of anti-dumping investigations;
• evaluate the international investment position;
• analyze the world prices;
• analyze the system of international ratings.
• to apply methods of international economic analysis;
• to analyze the system of anti-dumping investigations;
• to analyze the system of international ratings;
• to analyze international investment position.
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