International Economics: Theory, Application, and Policy

Oxford University Press, 2007 - 691 頁
Written from a European perspective, this text offers coverage of all the key elements of international economics: trade, money, and finance. A firm emphasis is placed on ensuring that students understand how the theory relates to real world examples, providing undergraduate students with everything they need to understand this course. Empirical and Political detail is given close attention.

International Economics contains thiry-two chapters split into two parts with Part One covering International Trade, and Part Two covering International Money. The text covers a broad range of recent developments, with European and global empirical examples and case studies linking theories to the real world.

The text is supported by an Online Resource Centre that includes a comprehensive study guide to assist students in preparing for exams.

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Charles van Marrewijk is Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, and a Research Fellow of the Dutch Network of Economists (NAKE). He holds an MSc and PhD from Purdue University, USA and a BA and an MA from Erasmus University Rotterdam. He haswritten several books on economics and published widely in various journals, including Journal of International Economics, History of Political Economy, International Economic Review, and Oxford Economic Papers. His research interests include international economics, geographical economics,macroeconomics, and economic growth and development. Daniel Ottens studied economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. His graduate thesis "Revealed Comparative Advantage: An empirical analysis" discusses the Balassa-index for the OECD-countries. Afterwards he completed the Master's programme inEconomics at the Tinbergen Institute. After starting his career as an economic analyst at Rabobank, Daniel moved to the Dutch central bank in 2002. There he worked at the Monetary and Economic Policy department and the Financial Stability Division, specialising in international economic issues witha special focus on the emerging economies of East Asia. In 2006, Daniel moved to ING Corporate Finance where he works at the mergers and acquisitions unit. Daniel has taught international economics at Erasmus University and the University of Amsterdam. He is a co-author of the Study guide forInternational trade and the world economy.Stephan Schueller obtained his Master of Science degree in economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam and his Master of Philosophy degree in economics from the Tinbergen Institute. During his studies he worked as a teacher and research assistant in international economics at Erasmus UniversityRotterdam. After his studies he worked as a policy advisor at the Ministry of Finance. He is currently employed by ABP, the second largest pensionfund in the world. He also continues to teach part-time in international economics, initially at the University of Amsterdam and currently at ErasmusUniversity Rotterdam.