International Economics, Finance, and Trade 

With fast-moving global markets and international trade, it is vital to understand the monetary and financial associations between nation-states and other international economic actors.  In addition to an understanding of international financial connections, the International Economics, Finance, and Trade career track provides the skills needed to understand the workings on international markets and transnational economics development agencies.

Students in this track develop an understanding of the role of internationalization in interest rates, the value of currency and securities, and the economics performance of nation-states and supranational actors.  Students also master the political economy of international trade and multi-national business, as well as understanding the linkages between private-sector capital concerns and broader -based political and social issues.

For more up to date information on faculty associated with the International, Finance, and Trade Career Track, please consult the 2017-18 MAIR Handbook.