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International Economics

As global economies become more complex and businesses compete with international rivals, international economics becomes more significant. To learn more about education and career options in the international economics field, read on.

Inside International Economics

International economists study the effects of economic activity, consumer behavior, trade and investments across the globe. They study the flow of goods and services across different countries, as well as monetary flow. Graduates of international economics programs work in public and private sectors in the U.S. and abroad.

Education Information

Some entry-level positions related to international economics may be available to individuals with a bachelor's degree. However, a master's or Ph.D. degree is required for most economist jobs in the private sector, as well as to be eligible for advanced positions. The following Study.com articles can help you decide on a degree program in this field.

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