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International Finance and Economic Policy

As parts of the old financial system are being destroyed, new solutions will be required to take their place.  SIPA’s faculty includes many leading scholars and public intellectuals shaping these debates, internationally recognized as experts in all the crucial fields, such as international trade, financial and monetary theory and policy, and development economics.  Scholarly faculty are complemented by prominent practitioners actively engaged in opening emerging markets, creating new financial instruments, and forging global trade policy. SIPA students are well-equipped to work in the changing public and private sectors to help build the new types of financial institutions that will emerge.

 

Curriculum
The International Finance and Economic Policy Concentration (IFEP) requires 15 points, consisting of 5 three-point courses: 1 core required course and 4 required courses according to track. Students in the IFEP Concentration choose to fulfill the requirements of one of the following: International Finance Track (IF) or Economic Policy Track (EP).
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