Institute for International Economic Policy

Special Topics Courses

The George Washington University offers a variety of special topics economics courses that change in response to policy debates and student interests at the masters level. (Please contact the Department of Economics for information about PhD courses.)

Below is a list of recent courses, along with sample syllabi. All courses assume at least current knowledge of microeconomics and macroeconomics and some have other specific prerequisites.


Economics of Development Policy

Economics of US Trade Policy (Prerequisite: Econ 6283)

Trade and Economic Development (Prerequisite: Econ 6283 or Econ 6217)

Policy Options in Macroeconomic Crises (Prerequisite: Econ 6284 or Econ 6218)

Financial Issues in Emerging Markets (Prerequisite: Econ 6284 or Econ 6218)

Analysis of International Trade Law (Prerequisite: Econ 6283)

Topics in International Finance (Prerequisite: Econ 6284)

Economics of the Middle East
PDF icon Sample Syllabus (Spring 2008)

China's Integration into the Global Economy
(Spring 2008)

International Migration and Labor Markets

Fragile States and Development

Economic Conditions: Analysis & Forecasting

Technology, Trade, and the Multinational Firm

 

Upcoming Events

April
15 Tuesday
The Cross, the Crescent, or the Crown? (Trade and Development Workshop)
Molly Lipscomb, UVA
» 12:30 - 2:00 PM


April
22 Tuesday
Trade and Development Workshop
Brian Kovak, Carnegie Mellon University
» 12:30 - 2:00 PM

April 25 Friday
2014 WAITS Conference
» Visit the 2014 WAITS Conference page here.


April 26 Saturday
2014 WADES Conference
» Visit the 2014 WADES Conference page here.


April
29 Tuesday
Trade and Development Workshop
Hoyt Bleakley, Princeton
» 12:30 - 2:00 PM

Please contact iiep@gwu.edu for more information.