Pure or "real" aspects of international trade, including the basic comparative advantage model, commercial policy (tariffs, quotas, etc.), economic integration, and the role of international trade in economic development. Monetary aspects of international trade, including international capital movements, foreign exchange market, concept and measurement of balance of payments, alternative means of correcting disequilibrium in the balance of payments, and international monetary arrangements. Prerequisites: 01:220:102, 103. Major credit may be earned for only two of the three options: (i) 01:220:300, (ii) 01:220:335 or 435), (iii) 01:220:336 or 436.