Introduction to International Economics

Second edition

by Henk Jager and Catrinus Jepma

Endorsements

An increasing number of economics people are confronted with aspects of international economics, such as exchange rate movements, capital flows, the functioning of the European Economic and Monetary Union, and trade flows. This book provides the much-needed non-technical introduction into the field. -Eelke de Jong, Professor of International Economics, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands