AbstractWritten from a European perspective and covering both trade and international finance, this innovative text provides a thoroughly up-do-date and comprehensive treatment of each area. The theory is illustrated with empirical evidence and an abundance of relevant case studies and brief accounts of the economists who have contributed to this area. A key feature of the book is the integrated Study Guide and Online Resource Centre that engages students and helps them prepare for exams. Online Resource Centre For Students: - Figures from the book - Study guide containing further practice questions and Excel simulations - Self-study material with further explanations of concepts - Adddtional Material on Zipf's Law to supplement the content in the book For Lecturers: - Answers to questions in the text - PowerPoint slides Contributors to this volume - Daniel Ottens works for IMC Financial Markets Stephan Schueller is Associate Director at APG, All Pensions Group
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