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Basics of International Economics

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  1. Introduction : 1.1 Meaning and Concept, 1.2 Scope of International Economics, 1.3 Importance of International Economics, 1.4 International Trade and Inter-regional Trade, 1.5 Importance of International Trade, 1.6 Criticism of International Trade.
  2. Theories of International Trade : 2.1 Theory of Absolute Cost Advantage (Adam Smith’s theory), 2.2 Ricardo’s Theory of Comparative Cost Advantage, 2.3 Heckscher – Ohlin Theory, 2.4 Leontief’s Paradox, 2.5 Rybczynski Theorem, 2.6 Intra Industrial Trade.
  3. Gains from Trade : 3.1 Measurement of Gains, 3.2 Statistic and Dynamic Gains, 3.3 Terms of Trade, 3.3.1 Meaning, Importance and Determinants, 3.4 Causes of Unfavorable Terms of trade to Developing Countries.
  4. Balance of Payment : 4.1 Meaning and Concept, 4.2 Component of Balance of Payment, 4.3 Balance of Trade, 4.4 Disequilibrium in BOP, 4.5 Causes of Disequilibrium, 4.6 Measures to correct Disequilibrium, 4.7 Consequences of Disequilibrium.
  5. Trade Policy : 5.1 Meaning – Free Trade Policy, 5.2 Arguments for Free Trade Policy, 5.3 Arguments against Free Trade Policy, 5.4 Protection Policy, 5.5 Arguments for and against Protection Policy, 5.6 Tariff and Quotas, 5.7 Dumping, 5.8 India’s Foreign Trade– Growth, Composition and Direction, 5.9 Exim Policy and Trade Policy.
  6. Foreign Exchange : 6.1 Meaning of Foreign Exchange Rate, 6.2 Fixed Exchange Rate, 6.3 Case for and against of Fixed Exchange Rate, 6.4 Flexible Exchange Rate, 6.5 Case for and against of Flexible Exchange Rate, 6.6 Foreign Exchange Market, 6.6.1 Meaning, 6.6.2 Function, 6.7 Convertibility of Indian Rupees, 6.8 Advantages and Disadvantages of Convertibility, 6.9 Theories of Exchange Rate, 6.9.1 Purchasing Power Parity Theory, 6.9.2 Balance of Payment Theory, 6.10 Exchange Control in India, 6.10.1 Exchange Control in India pre 1992, 6.10.2 Exchange Control in India post 1992.
  7. Foreign Currency Market : 7.1 Structure of Foreign Exchange Market, 7.2 Components of Foreign Exchange Market, 7.2.1 Authorized Dealers, 7.2.2 Brokers, 7.2.3 Central Bank, 7.3 Euro Currency Market, 7.4 Advantages and Dis-advantages of Foreign Exchange Market, 7.5 Introduction to Digital Currency, 7.5.1 Cryptocurrency.
  8. Foreign Capital : 8.1 Meaning of Foreign Capital, 8.2 Types of Foreign Capital in India, 8.3 Role of Foreign Multinational Corporations, 8.4 Need and Role of Foreign Capital, 8.5 India an attractive place for Foreign Capital, 8.6 Problems of Foreign Capital.
  9. World Trade Organization and Developing Economies : 9.1 Introduction, 9.2 Facts or Myth, 9.3 Dispute Settlement System, 9.4 Role of India and WTO, 9.5 Recent Development and India.
  10. Export Promotion Measures : 10.1 Export Promotion Councils, 10.2 Special Economic Zones (SEZ), 10.3 Multinational Corporations (MNC), 10.4 Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
  11. Regional and International Co-operation : 11.1 South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC), 11.2 Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS), 11.3 European Union (EU) / European Economic Community (EEC), 11.4 World Bank (WB), 11.5 International Monetary Fund (IMF).
  12. Organization Facilitating Business in India : 12.1 Business facilitation : Meaning and Scope, 12.2 Government as a Business Facilitator, 12.3 Non-funding Business Facilitator, 12.3.1 RBI, CCI, IRDAI, 12.4 Funding Business Facilitator (Indian development Banks), 12.4.1 IFCI, SIDBI, Exim Bank, NABARD.
  13. Glossary 

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