International Economics (ØASØK3000)

Bachelor's course
For exchange students

This course is divided into two parts. The first part is concerned with trade theory and trade policy. Important topics are the significance that international trade and international economic cooperation have for world economic development. In particular, gains from trade and welfare effects of protectionism are discussed. The second part covers economic integration in Europe. The welfare effects of integration are discussed in detail. Furthermore, emphasis is placed on discussing macro economic effects of the monetary union in Europe.

  • Admission requirements

    Introductory courses in Economics (micro and macro).

  • How to apply

    International exchange students select courses when applying for exchange.

    Application deadline: 15 April.

  • Course description

    For more information about this course, take a look at the course description (

  • Costs

    There is no semester fee for exchange students.

  • Exam and assessment

    A five-hour written exam in December.

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