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International Economics 2017


Lecture 1 - Overview
    References: Obstfeld and Rogoff (2000)    
    Materials: Slides

Lecture 2 - International Business Cycles

Lecture 3 - International Diversification Puzzle
    References: Lucas (1982), Cole and Obstfeld (1991), Baxter and Jerman (1997)Heathcote and Perri (2008)
    Materials: Lecture notes

Lecture 4 - International capital flows and global imbalances
    References: Lucas (1990)Gourinchas and Jeanne (2009)Mendoza, Quadrini, and Rios-Rull (2009)Song, Storesletten, and Zilibotti (2011):
    Materials: Slides

Lecture 5 - Reserves and Sudden Stops
    References: Heller (1996), Frenkel and Jovanovic (1981), Gourinchas and Obstfeld (2012), Alfaro and Kanczuk (2009), Jeane and Ranciere (2011), Bianchi, Hatchondo and Martinez (2014)
                       Hur and Kondo (2016)
    Materials: Slides

Lecture 6 - Sovereign Default
    References: Eaton and Gersovitz (1981), Atkeson (1991), Aguiar and Gopinath (2006), Arellano (2008)Hatchondo and Martinez (2009), Mendoza and Yue (2012), 
                       Chatterjee and Eyigungor (2012), D'Erasmo and Mendoza (2013), Hur, Kondo, and Perri (2017)

Lecture 7 - Self-fulfilling Crises
    References: Morris and Shin (1998), Cole and Kehoe (2000)Conesa and Kehoe (2015)Aguiar, Chatterjee, Cole, Stangebye (2016), Aguiar and Amador (2013)

Lecture 8 - Business Cycles in Emerging Markets
    References: Aguiar and Gopinath (2007), Neumeyer and Perri (2004)

Student presentations
    4/5 - Shuyan: Frankel and Romer (1999)
    4/12 - Jialin: Aguiar and Amador (2011)
    4/21 - Tianyi: Arellano and Bai (2013)

Group Research Presentations
    3/31 Ideas presentations
    4/14 Intermediate presentations
    4/26 Final research presentations

Related courses: Kim RuhlTim KehoeFabrizio Perri
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