Economic common sense is divided into four theoretical test points of market economy, micro economy, macro economy, international economy and international economy. However, the test error rate is very high, and the knowledge that the international economy needs to master is not deep enough. Now let's analyze the difficulty of international economic test.
First of all, international economy is also known as international trade, also known as import and export trade. Therefore, when learning international economic knowledge, we should focus on mastering import and export knowledge. During this period, the most important knowledge point is "exchange rate". The exchange rate is the ratio of one country's currency to another.
The direct price method refers to the foreign currency as the unit to represent the local currency, while the indirect price method refers to the local currency as the unit to represent the local currency. Before international trade, both sides of trade need to determine the way of quotation before trade. If the quotation method is not determined in advance by both parties, the direct quotation method shall be used by default.
The exchange rate is floating, sometimes rising, sometimes falling. How this change will affect import and export is a common problem in the assessment of public institutions. It is summarized as follows:
If the exchange rate of the domestic currency rises, the appreciation of the domestic currency and the depreciation of the foreign currency will be beneficial to the import of the country, but not to the export of the country. If the exchange rate of the local currency falls, the depreciation of the local currency and the appreciation of the foreign currency will be conducive to domestic exports, but not to domestic imports. As a result, domestic exports will increase and imports will decrease.
When students need to use these knowledge flexibly to solve problems in learning knowledge points, such as whether the devaluation required by the test question is to study abroad, studying abroad can also be understood as import, domestic purchases goods from foreign countries, so devaluation is to import, so it can be concluded that when devaluation is not conducive to studying abroad, studying abroad.
The examination questions about exchange rate are more flexible, and the materials involved in the questions involve too many concepts, including multi countries, imports, exports, appreciation, devaluation, etc., which requires the examinees to check the questions carefully and think patiently when doing the questions.