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The USA: GDP, Inflation and Unemployment; Growth and Gaps: Reviewing the Basic Relationships.

The US economy is not only the world´s largest, but also one of the most free-market developed economies; and its data is abundant and excellent. It provides an ideal opportunity for students to review the basic macroeconomic and policy variables and relationships, and to identify these or detect their absence in the real world. In the process, they can make the first steps toward determining how “normal” or especially good situations provide business opportunities and how departures from the rules point up situations that are risky for businesses operating in that country. ...
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 67 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
Video12 vidéos
Theory Recap: Risks & Opportunities11 min
Introducing the U.S. Economy2 min
Theory Recap: The U.S.8 min
The Basic Macroeconomic Relationships in the U.S. 1: Business Cycles and Gaps6 min
The Basic Macroeconomic Relationships in the U.S. II: Inflation, Unemployment, the Phillips Curve and Growth5 min
Fiscal Indicators and the U.S. Business Cycle6 min
Does the U.S. Have a Public Debt Problem?5 min
Monetary Policy in the United States4 min
The U.S. Current Account and its Risks5 min
Ease of Doing Business and U.S. Inequality3 min
Risks and Opportunities for Investors in the U.S.4 min
Reading2 lectures
The World Bank's Ease of Doing Business Ranking10 min
Optional Reading Material10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 1 Quiz: The U.S.20 min
Semaine
2
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2 heures pour terminer

Japan: Current Accounts and Currencies: International Economics Relationships

Japan, also one of the world´s giants, has followed a particular growth and development strategy which is reflected in its macroeconomic and international data. We will explore in this segment Japan´s data, in contrast to the United States, and find the unique policy challenges that this strategy presents for Japan, and the opportunities and risks that it implies for investors. ...
Reading
11 vidéos (Total 55 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
Video11 vidéos
Theory Recap: Japan9 min
The Basic Macroeconomic Indicators in Japan: Pursuing Growth5 min
Expansive Fiscal Policy in Japan5 min
Does Japan Have a Public Debt Problem?5 min
Ultra-Expansive Monetary Policy in Japan: Quantitative Easing4 min
Seeking Growth from Foreign Sources: Japan's Current Account6 min
The Currency: Key to Japan's Growth Strategy3 min
Japanese Demography and its Risks6 min
What do these Opportunities and Risks Mean for Investors?3 min
Japan Summarized2 min
Reading2 lectures
Japan's Debt in Real-Time10 min
Optional Reading Materials10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 2 Quiz: Japan20 min
Semaine
3
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2 heures pour terminer

The European Integration Experiment: The Benefits of Trade and Migration

The EU is the world´s largest trading area and if it were a country, it would be one of the world´s largest. European nations opted for an intense project of economic integration in the postwar period which has incorporated 28 nations, but one of them, the UK, is in the process of leaving. We will discuss in this section how this type of integration conditions growth, crisis and recovery, and the mechanisms that countries with a single monetary policy and a single currency have (and do not have) to adjust their economies. What did we learn from the Eurozone crisis and the vote by so many UK citizens to leave Europe, and what are the implications for businesses operating in this region?...
Reading
15 vidéos (Total 90 min), 3 lectures, 1 quiz
Video15 vidéos
Theory Recap: The EU13 min
Why Did Europe Choose Economic Integration? Options and History6 min
The EU Macroeconomy and Contrasts with the United States4 min
Fiscal Contrasts Between the EU and the United States5 min
EU-Wide GDP Growth and Gaps2 min
Making the Single Monetary Policy Work: Fiscal Transfers and Free Movement of Labor7 min
Spain's Macroeconomy in the Global and Eurozone Crisis6 min
How Does a Eurozone Country Recover? Austerity in Spain and Turning to Foreign Demand for Growth5 min
The UK's Conflicted Relationship with the EU and Brexit4 min
How Will the UK Leave the EU?2 min
The Effects of Brexit on UK Industries7 min
The Effects of Brexit on the British Macroeconomy7 min
Why Did Brexit Occur? Another Impossible Trinity6 min
Risks and Opportunities for Investors in the EU8 min
Reading3 lectures
Spain: A Successful Story of Recovery From the Crisis?10 min
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU10 min
Optional Reading Materials10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 3 Quiz: The European Union26 min
Semaine
4
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2 heures pour terminer

India and China: Economic Development, How it Occurs, and the World's Upcoming Giants

The final segment of the course turns toward the two emerging giants, India and China, and contemplates their past and future development strategies and thee risks and opportunities that they entail. Development itself is discussed, and how it occurs, and the strategies that nations may choose. The different components of GDP (C, I, G and X-M) are compared between India and China over a long period, to see what have been the different drivers for growth in the two countries over time. Special attention is paid in this section to institutional indicators, which are very different from developed countries, and the divergent demographic trends in the two countries; and the implications of those differences for the future....
Reading
10 vidéos (Total 64 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
Video10 vidéos
Theory Recap: India and China8 min
GDP and Growth, from Ancient Times to the Present3 min
Human Development Indicators in India and China7 min
Two Different Growth Models: Internal vs External Drivers11 min
Two Different Currencies4 min
Two Different Demographies5 min
Two Different Institutional Environments9 min
Risks and Opportunities in India and China8 min
Course Wrap-Up3 min
Reading2 lectures
Is China´s Economy Becoming Japanese10 min
Optional Reading Materials10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 4 Quiz: India and China20 min

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Gayle Allard

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Economics

À propos de IE Business School

IE Business School is an internationally recognized business school where the leaders of tomorrow shape their ideas and learn to become global citizens. For over 40 years, IE Business School has promoted innovation and change in organizations, equipping managers with an entrepreneurial mindset that generates employment, wealth, and social well-being. Regularly featured among the top business schools in the world, IE Business School has an urban campus in Madrid and a faculty of more than 400 professors who teach students from approximately 90 countries in its undergraduate and master programs. IE uses innovative online, face-to-face, and blended learning formats, including the IE Communities Platform where knowledge and experiences are exchanged with over 50,000 IE graduates that currently hold management positions in more than 100 countries worldwide....

À propos de la Spécialisation Globalization, Economic Growth and Stability

This Specialization aims to make economic concepts accessible to every learner, and to teach them to analyze current events using the toolkit of economics. It begins by explaining the basic parameters of the macroeconomy, and how governments can/should use both fiscal and monetary policy to influence growth, inflation and employment. It then moves on to the international arena, where countries interact, and explains the basic principles of free trade, exchange rates, the balance of payments and immigration and how these interactions affect our everyday lives. Finally, learners will apply these tools and concepts to the world's leading economies and discover how they can "read" from a country's economic data important lessons about the risks and opportunities of doing business in these countries, equipping them with tools that they can use in the workplace and even in their personal investment decisions....
Globalization, Economic Growth and Stability

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