International Finance

The purpose of this module is to expose students to the basic theory, the major issues and the institutional/practical aspects of international finance/ international monetary economics. Having completed the module successfully, the diligent student should have the necessary background and tools to understand and analyze the role of exchange rates and the balance of payments in an open economy on both the theoretical and policy levels and have a working knowledge of the major international financial events and issues of the past few decades.

Course instructor: Hylton Hollander

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17 February 2020
Last Thursday, President Ramaphosa delivered his State of the Nation address (Sona) to parliament. The statement gave recognition to the economic challenges SA currently face, especially regarding electricity supply. More emphasis was placed on the role of the private sector to help solve these challenges. Read more in the Current affairs section. On...

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17 February 2020
Last Thursday, President Ramaphosa delivered his State of the Nation address (Sona) to parliament. The statement gave recognition to the economic challenges SA currently face, especially regarding electricity supply. More emphasis was placed on the role of the private sector to help solve these challenges. Read more in the Current affairs section. On...

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