International Economics Major

Characteristics of Main Course Subjects

Econometrics I and II

In econometrics, a variety of analysis methods have been studied and developed depending on the type of data being analyzed (cross-section data, time series data, panel data). The aim of these courses is to have students understand analysis methods (cross-section analysis in Econometrics I and times series and panel data analysis in Econometrics II), and ultimately be comfortable reading prior research that employs these methods in their fields of interest, and should be able to complete their own empirical analyses.

Multinational Business Management

This course is designed to provide an overview of empirical analyses of advanced international trade for graduate students. Underlying assumptions of trade theory and the relevance of its empirical application to the global economy are emphasized. A major focus of the course will be to understand how sophisticated models fit real world data through a proper analysis of the underlying assumptions o