International economics

International economics

International economics is a branch of economics with three main subdisciplines international trade, monetary theory and international finance.
* International trade is a study of the exchange of goods and services across international boundaries.
* Monetary theory is a study of monetary flows across countries.
* International finance is a study of international financial markets.


* Stanley W. Black (2008). "international monetary institutions," "The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics". 2nd Edition. [ Abstract.]
* M. June Flanders (2008). "international economics, history of," "The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics". 2nd Edition. [ Abstract.]
* Reuven Glick (2008). "macroeconomic effects of international trade" "The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics". 2nd Edition. [ Abstract.]
* Maurice Obstfeld (2008). "international finance," "The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics". 2nd Edition. [ Abstract.]
* James Rauch (2008). "growth and international trade," "The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics". 2nd Edition. [ Abstract.]

ee also

* List of international trade topics
* Arbitrage
* Comparative advantage

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