This International Economics Textbook is for reading material written to enrich course material in the field of International Economics related to Theory and Practice and policies, including on Import-Export.
This book is the result of the collaboration of a business practitioner who has more than 10 years of experience in the field of international business and an academician and researcher who has studied economic theory and research for more than 20 years.
This book discusses a lot about economic theories in international trade and the direction of its policies, including practical international business guides that can be a basis for understanding in developing international business along with general government policies in terms of international economic policies that are often encountered in international business practice. The things discussed in this book are very important to be studied as a basis for understanding international economics for both students and practitioners of decision-making in companies who want to develop an international scale business.
This textbook contains four subjects which include:
- International Economic Theory
- International Economic Policy
- International Business
The four subjects are expected to provide provisions for students to understand international economics and to understand international business and trade practices as well as to understand the economic conditions of export destination countries and/or import destination countries if students continue their studies in the field of international business and trade and practice in the real world.
The author collaborates to bring together experience and knowledge in the field of international economics with the hope of providing an overview and transfer of knowledge to students who want to become entrepreneurs or practitioners of international business as well as teaching materials for students studying international business and the economy.
The author is working hard to develop this book to its full potential for students. However, constructive criticism and suggestions are open to writers for all parties for the sake of perfection in the development of international economics textbooks.