Programme Information

The objective of the Master of International Economics program is to analyze the macroeconomic theory of open economics, to explain the evolution of the viewpoint of foreign trade in history, to explain the rule, institution and operation of world trade, to analyze the general situation of world economy, to examine firm behavior and microeconomic developments, to introduce statistical and econometric techniques used as In addition to this, it is aimed to make trend analysis of the world economy in the context of foreign trade, direct foreign capital investments and technology transfers, to analyze the theories about the functioning of the international monetary system and the determination of exchange rates in this framework, to show the relation between foreign trade and technological development and technology transfer, questioning foreign trade relations, presenting the structure and qualities of international capital movements and the crisis effects. The courses of the first semester consist of Open Economy Macro Theory, Foreign Trade Theory, Foreign Trade Policies, World Economy, Price Theory, International Integrations and the EU, Economics History and Econometrics. All of these courses are optional. In the second semester, the seminar course is obligatory. The elective courses in this period are International Monet Theory, International Capital Movements, Foreign Trade and Technology Transfer, Advanced Technology Markets, Development Theories, Transition Economies and Emerging Market Economies and Time Series Analysis.