Applied International Monetary Economics (AIME)
The John E. Walker Department of Economics has entered a partnership with UC Santa Cruz, the Universite’ catholique de Louvain, the Universite’ de Orleans, and the University of Maastricht to advance student understanding in the field of international monetary economics. The program provides incentives for students to take courses in international and monetary economics while completing their degree, at either Clemson or one of our partner institutions.
The program provides students in the BA/MA or MA program with a stipend to study abroad for one semester at one of the partner institutions, beginning in January 2010. This is an ideal educational and cultural experience for some of Clemson’s excellent economics students!
For more information, please contact Professor Raymond Sauer, the department chair at Clemson, either by phone (864-656-3969) or email (sauerr [at] clemson [dot] edu).
AIME is supported by grant P116J090063 from the Foundation for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education.