IFEP: International Economic Policy Focus Area

International Economic Policy Concentration Requirements

Students in the International Economic Policy focus area of the IFEP concentration are required to complete 15 points, consisting of five 3-point courses. All concentration courses must be taken for a letter grade and cannot be audited or taken pass/fail.

1. Students must complete the following courses (12 points):

INAF U6017International Trade3.00
INAF U6018International Finance & Monetary Theory3
or INAF U6099 Central Banking, Monetary and Fiscal Policy: Theory & Practice
INAF U6820Theory of International Political Economy3.00
SIPA U6501Quantitative Analysis II for International and Public Affairs3.00

2. Students must also select one of the following Economic Policy Elective Courses (3 points):

INAF U6016Cost-Benefit Analysis3.00
INAF U6021European Banking Post Crises: New Landscapes, Risks and Challenges3.00
INAF U6022Economics of Finance3.00
INAF U6039International Banking: Workings, Trends and Challenges3.00
INAF U6045International Capital Markets3.00
INAF U6068Environmental Economics3.00
INAF U6090Public and Tax Policy: Economics and Law Perspectives3.00
INAF U6092Leadership and Policy Development3.00
INAF U6093Comprehensive Financial Sector Policy1.50
INAF U6095Theory and Principles of Financial Regulation3.00
INAF U6098Financial Risk Management and Public Policy3.00
INAF U6099Central Banking, Monetary and Fiscal Policy: Theory & Practice3.00
INAF U6192Selected Issues on the Federal Reserve & Financial Markets1.50
INAF U6301Corporate Finance3.00
INAF U6304Sovereign Debt and Power Dynamics3.00
INAF U6305Debt Financing Sovereign and Quasi Sovereign Entities in Emerging Markets1.50
INAF U6524Cybersecurity & Business Risk3.00
INAF U6617Environmental, Social and Governance Investing1.50
INAF U6636Emerging Financial Systems: Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Mexico3.00
INAF U6654Economic Growth in Asia3.00
INAF U6656The Political Economy of East Asia3.00
INAF U6690Sustainable Finance I: Foundations of ESG Investing3.00
INAF U6692Sustainable Finance II: System-level Investing1.50
INAF U6695Climate Finance, Policy, and the Just Transition3.00
INAF U6696Impact Investing I: Foundations3.00
INAF U6702ESG and Corporate Political Strategy1.50
INAF U6704ESG and Fiduciary Duty1.50
INAF U6705Environmental, Social and Governance Reporting3.00
INAF U6706Climate Change & ESG Investing1.50
INAF U6771Economic Inequality and Its Policy Implications3.00
INAF U6772Global Inequality3.00
INAF U6775Indian Economy in Transition3.00
INAF U6782Global Real Estate Policy1.50
INAF U6785Economic and Financial Statecraft1.50
INAF U6848Threat Financing & Anti-Money Laundering1.50
INAF U6858Economics of US Social Policy1.50
INAF U6861Global Monetary Policy in the 21st Century3.00
INAF U6886Social Impact: Business, Society, and the Natural Environment3.00
INAF U8085Topics in Corporate Finance3.00
INAF U8095Corporate Governance, Investor Stewardship and ESG3.00
INAF U8099Emerging Market Investment Climate3.00
INAF U8104Banking and Sustainable Development3.00
INAF U8145Advanced Economic Development for International Affairs3.00
INAF U8147Navigating China: The World's Second Largest Economy3.00
INAF U8210Intro to Political Risk Analysis1.50
INAF U8345Competition Policy & Economic Regulation3.00
INAF U8346International Trade Regulation Issues3.00
INAF U8360Economic Measurement of Discrimination3.00
INAF U8380Managing the Global Corporation3.00
INAF U8621US-China Negotiation Workshop3.00
INAF U8645Foreign Exchange Markets: Theory & Practice1.50
INAF U8675Emerging Capital Markets: Theory & Practice3.00
INAF U8682Emerging Financial Markets3.00
INAF U8689Global Financial Services in the 21st Century3.00
INAF U8908Sustainable Investing Research Consulting Project3.00
IAIA U8215Applied Geopolitics: Risk Analysis1.50
REGN U6300Economics of European Integration3.00
REGN U6305EU Economic Policy – The EU in Times of Crisis1.50
REGN U6430Beyond Crises in Latin America – Financial Market Perspective3.00
REGN U8090The Transatlantic Economy: US-EU Relations3.00
REGN U8600China's Rise & the World Economy3.00
PUAF U6265Financing Sustainable Development: The Realities of the Challenge1.50
PUAF U6301Labor in America: Power, Politics, and Policy in the Workplace3.00
PUAF U8360Social Movements and Social Change3.00
PEPM U6315International Financial Management in Emerging Markets3.00
PEPM U6640Macroeconometrics3.00
PEPM U6850Growth Strategies1.50
BUEC B8263 Anti-Trust in the Modern Economy3.00
PEPM U8250Financial Development3.00
ECON G6908Global Economic Policy3.00
LAW L6293Antitrust & Trade Regulation--
LAW L6382International Finance: Law, Money and Banking in Global Economy--
LAW L6488Law of the WTO--
LAW L8037FinTech Innovation & the Transformation of Financial Services --
LAW U8031Foreign Direct Investment and Public Policy--
LAW L9069Law and Economics.--
LAW L9214WTO Law--

Degree Audit Report

Matriculated students in this program can view their degree audit report on Stellic.