International Economics


-First day seminar contents: Introduction to International Economics: History of economy, basic terms and concepts, market equilibrium, supply and demand curve, theory of the household, costumer preference, budget restrictions, substitution and income effects, optimal solutions,  introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics, consumer markets, fiscal and monetary policies, and labor markets: employment - unemployment.

-Second day seminar contents: Internationalization theory and case study, international foreign trade theories and politics, global trade.

The seminar group visits the following company: Iberdrola ( )

-Third day seminar contents: International currency systems, exchange rates, open economies, sustainability issues, and international economic policies.

The seminar group visits the following companies: OMEL (  ) and Renta4 ( )