The world’s economy is increasingly become global and studying international trade will provide student to know the insights into the global economic and business climates. Students who wish to increase their understanding of global markets and various regions of the world should strongly consider studying international trade.
In this present world of globalization, changing patterns of inequality in modern societies and stiff business competition, it is important to have an understanding of society, industry, labor, human relations and management. Through the course, students will better understand the actual problem situations in organizations from sociological perspectives.
This course aims to bring you up to date with modern theories of money and banking and recent developments in the analysis of monetary policy.
To provide a more detailed discussion of the key issues in the theory and practice of financial markets, banking, and monetary policy and, importantly, their interaction and to embed a strong practical and policy-related element.
The importance of money and banking to economic activity on the national and international level. The definition of money and the different financial institutions that help circulate money through the system. Deposit creation, a brief history of the banking system in the Bangladesh and a detailed study of the Central banking system. The relationship between money and banking in international trade and finance.