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|Restrictions:||Luther applicants only|
|Lang. of Instruction:||English||Minimum GPA:||3.0|
|Class Standing:||3-Junior, 4-Senior||Housing:||Apartments, Homestay, Residence Hall|
|Program Type:||Off-Campus Study||Areas of Study:||Economics, Finance, International Relations|
Explore globalization and its impact on European economics. Critically examine and apply leading theories of international trade, capital, finance, and development to case studies throughout the region and beyond.
- Discover how traditional economic models are challenged by today’s turbulent economic realities
- Visit local institutions such as think tanks, consulting firms, banks, and labor unions on field studies, where you will meet with professional economists and gain an understanding of the vast range of careers you can pursue
- Travel with DIS faculty on course-integrated study tours that give you first-hand insight into the larger economic, political, and cultural landscapes of Denmark, the European Union, and neighboring countries
This program is right for you if you study economics or finance, are interested in how globalization impacts European economies, or are planning a career in government or the financial sector.
CORE COURSE OVERVIEW
Globalization and European Economies
Fall/Spring, 3 Credits
You will explore globalization and its impact on trade, capital, culture, and politics around the world. A particular focus will be on European economies and challenges faced by the EU and its neighbors. You will gain deeper knowledge of theories within the field, and go on to apply and challenge economic thinking through discussions, field studies, and study tours.
Core Course Week: Study tour to Western Denmark + a two-day seminar in Copenhagen
Prerequisites: One course each in macro- and microeconomics, and one course in either intermediate or advanced macroeconomics, all at university level.
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