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Специализация «Мировая экономика» направлена на получение слушателями комплексных знаний в данной сфере, в связи с чем в специализацию входят три курса: «Мировая экономика: основы», «Мировая экономика: субъекты и ресурсы», «Мировая экономика: ведущие страны-участники». В настоящее время экономические связи между странами становятся все более тесными. Это обуславливается развитием таких мировых тенденций, как глобализация, интеграция и регионализация. Под влиянием этих тенденций повышается значение обмена продуктов и ресурсов между странами. Движение продуктов и ресурсов называют международными экономическими отношениями, они предстают в разных формах: международный обмен товарами и услугами, знаниями, капиталом и рабочей силой. Масштабы, структура и соотношение форм международных экономических отношений постоянно меняются в современном мире.

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Russian

Subtitles: Russian

There are 3 Courses in this Specialization

Course1

Course 1

Мировая экономика. Основы

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Course2

Course 2

Мировая экономика. Субъекты и ресурсы.

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Course3

Course 3

Мировая экономика. Ведущие страны - участники

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Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) / МГИМО (Московский государственный институт международных отношений МИД России) logo

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) / МГИМО (Московский государственный институт международных отношений МИД России)

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  • No special knowledge is required to complete this course, but basic knowledge in international economic relations is welcome.

  • There is no need to take the courses in a specific order. The first course is devoted to the basics of the world economy, the second is about its subjects and resources, and the third one considers national economies.

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  • After completing the Specialization, students will be able to analyze the economic situation and the main trends of the international economic relations such as the international movement of economic goods and resources, globalization, economic integration, etc. Listeners will study acpects of the world economy, including foreign trade, export and import of capital, labor migration and monetary relations.

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