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Ch 12: Reform & Emerging Global Markets

About This Chapter

Review topics related to economic reform and emerging global markets with these engaging lessons. This chapter allows students a quick and effective method for test preparation, homework help, grade improvement and more.

Reform & Emerging Global Markets - Chapter Summary

Study emerging global markets and economic reform with this international finance study guide resource. Through a series of bite-sized video and text-based lessons, the chapter covers important topics such as the economic trilemma, U.S. fiscal policy, macroprudential regulation and more. Lesson quizzes and printable transcripts can be used to supplement your studying experience. You can study whenever it's convenient and reach out to our instructors with any questions that may arise.

This self-paced chapter is designed to help you:

  • Evaluate the risks and opportunities of the developing global market
  • Assess the purposes and histories of the International Monetary Fund and the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress
  • Break down the three goals of the economic trilemma
  • Explain how fiscal policy affects the U.S. economy
  • Analyze the concepts of macroprudential regulation and globalization
  • Determine how businesses create and analyze credit policies

Chapter Practice Exam
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