Dagon University

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Daw Hnin Phyu Pyar Lwin

(M.Econ & M.A in International Development)

Head of Department- Economics
Department of Economics, Dagon University, Bohmu Ba Htoo Road, Yangon
+95-9- 5125541

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Economics

As a supporting department, Department of Economics offers elective courses to the students specializing in Law, International Relations and Myanmar Studies so as to fulfil the partial requirement of their respective studies.

Course Descriptions

This module covers fundamental economic problems, behaviours of households and firms, structure of business organizations, and types of economic systems with some government involvement.
This module provides basic concepts of economic indicators, the role of government in an economy, and the consequences of its policies on the economy.
This course aims at developing students’ understanding on the economy as a whole including measurement and determination of aggregate demand and aggregate supply, national income, inflation, unemployment, economic growth, business cycles and government policies.
It provides the general understanding on the basic concepts of international trade theories, trade policies and their effects on international trade and the economies.
This module provides fundamental concepts of microeconomics and macroeconomics. It studies economic problems, behaviours of households and firms, structure of business organizations, and types of economic systems, government involvements and their consequences on the economy.
This module provides the basic concepts of international trade focusing on the nature and scope of international trade, trade barriers and their effects.
This module is designed to introduce students with basic concepts and measurements of economic growth and development, differences between developed and developing countries, development theories.
This module focuses on the nature of international capital flows, exchange rates and foreign markets, interaction between interest rates and exchange rates, and international monetary system.
This module focuses on the instruments of international trade policies and the political economy of trade policies.
This module covers development of Myanmar economy since its independence in the chronological order.
This module offers basic concepts of international economic relations emphasizing on the causes of international economic integration, types of integration and their effects on the member countries.
This module deals with international economic relations in terms of trade integration as well as monetary and financial integration at the regional level and the effects of integration with respective case studies.
This module covers development of Myanmar economy since its independence in the chronological order.
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