This is an advanced course in the intersection of international finance, trade, and macroeconomics. The goal is to integrate topics from the three fields and to understand the links between individual/micro and aggregate/macro outcomes in real and financial markets. Topics include firm sale and pricing behavior, consumer choice and aggregate responses---trade elasticities, real exchange rate fluctuations, risk sharing, portfolio choice, asset pricing anomalies, and information frictions.

Prerequisite: ECON601 and ECON602. Credit Only Granted for: ECON698M or ECON744. Formerly: ECON698M.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular, Pass-Fail, Audit