[ECON 206]Asian Economics and Business


In the past few decades, economies of South and East Asia have rapidly integrated into the global economy and achieved phenomenal economic success. How did they do it? In the first part of the course, students examine these countries’ economic policies and discuss lessons for other countries. In the second part of the course, against the macroeconomic background provided in part I, students learn to identify and evaluate business strategies that are relevant for international business expansion to a diverse and rapidly globalizing Asia.

Course Title

Asian Economics and Business

Course Code

ECON 206

Units

1

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Economics 199.

Frequency

Offered once every other year.

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