International finance, International Economics

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

International finance is concerned with the mobility of financial capital across the countries,  and  the  problems  and  opportunities  this  mobility  presents the individual countries. It would not be too inaccurate in present day context to say that while the international trade deals with the current account and international finance deals with the capital account of the BOPs. The issues like the choice of exchange rate regime and of the modern-day balance of the payments crises also fall firmly within the purview of the international finance.

 

 

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