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    • Lecture 12 – Final Exam Review
      October 4th, 2010
      http://www.slideshare.net/saark/ibe303-lecture-12
    • Final Exam
      Type:
      Multiple choice
      No. of questions:
      50
      Duration:
      3 hours
      Grade:
      50% of final grade
      Topics:
      Everything after midterm (from Lecture 5 onward)
    • International Trade
      Factor Endowments
      Heckscher-Ohlin Model
      Model assumptions
      Captial-Labor ratio
      Relative Factor Endowments
      Factor Prices
      Trade in Neoclassical Model
      Stolper-Samuelson Theorem
    • Post-Hecscher-Ohlin Theories of Trade
      Posner’s Imitation Lag Hypothesis
      Product Cycle Model
      Vertical Specilization
      Firm-focused Theories
      The Linder Theory
      The Krugman Model
    • Intra-Industry Trade
      Causes of intra-industry trade
    • Economic Growth and International Trade
      Trade effects of growth
      Production Growth
      Consumption Growth
      Sources of Growth
      Factor Growth
      Factor-neutral
      Growth in K
      Growth in L
      Cases
      Small country
      Large country
    • International Factor Movement
      Types of capital foreign investment
      Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
      Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI)
      Market equilibrium
    • The Instruments of Trade Policy
      Tariff
    • The Impact of Trade Policies
      Consumer Surplus
      Producer Surplus
      Trade Restrictions
      Partial equilibrium
      Small / Large country case
      General equilibrium
      Small / Large country case
      Arguments for Interventionist Trade Policies
      Strategic Trade Policy
    • Balance of Payment
      Growth of Trade
      Capital Movements
      BOP accounting
    • Foreign Exchange
      Market for Foreign Exchange
      Demand
      Supply
      Spot Market
      Arbitrage
      Absolute/Relative PPP
      Forward Market
      Hedging
    • Foreign Exchange and Financial Market
      Link between Foreign Exchange and Financial Markets
      Financial and Exchange rate adjustments
      The Eurodollar market
      International Bond Market
      International Stock Market
      Derivatives
      Exchange Rate Overshooting
    • Monetary And Portfolio Balance Approaches
      Monetary Approach
      BOP
      Money supply
      Money demand
      Monetary equilibrium
      Exchange rate
      Portfolio Approach
      BOP
      Money supply
      Money demand
      Monetary equilibrium
      Exchange rate
    • Price Adjustments and Balance-of-Payments Disequilibrium
      Price Adjustment mechanism
      Current Account under flexible rate
      Demand and Supply of foreign exchange
      The Marshall-Lerner Condition
    • Current Account and National Income
      Keynesian Income Model
      Price and Income Adjustments
      Internal and External Balance
    • Economic Policy
      Open economy under fixed exchange rate
      Money market equilibrium
      Real Sector equilibrium
      BOP equilibrium
      Fiscal policy
      Monetary policy
      Open economy under flexible exchange rate
      Fiscal policy
      Monetary policy
      Effects of shocks