Business Economics 6 B.Com (General) Semester 6 (TYBcom) University of Mumbai Syllabus 2023-24


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University of Mumbai Syllabus 2023-24 Semester 6 (TYBcom): The University of Mumbai Semester 6 (TYBcom) Business Economics 6 Syllabus for the examination year 2023-24 has been released by the , University of Mumbai. The board will hold the final examination at the end of the year following the annual assessment scheme, which has led to the release of the syllabus. The 2023-24 University of Mumbai Semester 6 (TYBcom) Business Economics 6 Board Exam will entirely be based on the most recent syllabus. Therefore, students must thoroughly understand the new University of Mumbai syllabus to prepare for their annual exam properly.

The detailed University of Mumbai Semester 6 (TYBcom) Business Economics 6 Syllabus for 2023-24 is below.

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University of Mumbai Semester 6 (TYBcom) Business Economics 6 Course Structure 2023-24 With Marking Scheme



100 Introduction to International Trade
  • International Trade  
  • Need and importance of international trades  
  • Ricardo’S Theory of Comparative Costs  
    • Introduction of - Ricardo’S Theory of Comparative  
    • Assumptions of Ricardo’s Theory of Comparative  
    • Types of Cost Differences  
    • Examples of Ricardo’S Theory of Comparative  
    • Critical Evaluation of Ricardo’S Theory of Comparative  
  • Heckscher Ohlin Theory  
    • Introduction of Heckscher Ohlin Theory  
    • Assumption of the Theory  
    • Criticism / Shortcomings of the Theory  
  • Terms of Trade  
    • Types of Terms of Trade  
    • Limitaions of Terms of Trade  
    • Factors Determinig Terms of Trade  
  • Gains from International Trade  
  • Types/Forms of Gains from Trade  
  • Importance Gains from Trade  
  • Offer Curves and Reciprocal Demand  

    Introduction, Determinants of reciprocal demand, Illustration, Equilibrium terms of trade

200 Commercial Policy
  • Free Trade  
  • Features of Free Trade Policy  
  • Arguments for('Pros') and Arguments against ('Cons') of free trade policy  
  • Protection (Policy)  
  • Arguments in favour of protection policy / 'Pros' of protection policy  
    • Economic Arguments  
    • Non-economic Arguments  
    • Fallacious Arguments  
  • Arguments Against Protection Policy / 'Cons' of Protection Policy  
  • Tariff  
  • Types of Tariff Barriers  
  • Advantages of Tariff  
  • Disadvantages of Tariff  
  • Effects of Tariff/ Effects of Tariffs on an Economics  
  • Non-tariff Barriers  
  • Type/ Forms of Non-tariff Barriers (NTBs)  
  • International Economic Integration  
  • Types/Forms of international economic integration  
  • Objective of International Economic Integration  
  • Advantages of International Economic Integration  
  • Disadvantages of Economic Integration  
  • European Union (EU)  
    • Introduction of European Union  
    • History of European Union  
    • What does it take to qualify for membership in the EU  
    • Objectives of European Union  
    • Organisational Structure of European Union  
    • Benifits to India from Enlarged Eu  
    • Challenges to India  
  • BREXIT  
    • Introduction to Brexit  
    • Transion Period  
    • Chequers Plan  
    • Three Divorce Issue  
  • Association of South east Asian Nations(ASEAN)  
300 Balance of Payments and International Economic Organization
  • Balance of Payment  
    • Features of Balance of Payment  
    • Structure of Balance of Payment  

      The Current account (components of current account, balance on current account)

      The Capital account (components of capital account, balance on capital account)

    • Accounting System of Balance of Payment  
    • Monetary Measures for Balance of Payments  
    • Balance of Trade  
    • Causes of disequilibrium in the Balance of Payment  
    • Measures to Correct Disequilibrium in the Balance of Payments  
    • Current Scenario of India'S Balance of Payment  
  • Types of Disequilibrium  
  • World Trade Organisation (WTO)  
    • Functions / Role of WTO  
  • TRIPS( the Argument on Trade-related Ascpects of Intellectual Property Rights)  

    Introduction, Reasons for TRIPS, Recent Developments in TRIPS, Developments in indian law with respect to TRIPS

  • TRIMS(Trade Related Investment Measures)  

    Introduction, TrIMS Explicitly prohibited by the TRIMS agreement, Exceptional provisions of the TRIMs agreement, Economics Implications, Problem of Trade policies and measures of individual countries

  • GATS (Genral Agreement on trade in services)  

    Introduction, Four modes of Service supply under GATS, GATS Service Liberalization commitments, Schedule of specific commitments, Specific Exemptions in GATS, Recent negotiation in GATS

400 Foreign Exchange Market
  • Foreign Exchange Market  
    • Organisation of the Foreign Exchange Market  
    • Functions of Foreign Exchange Market  
    • Features and Characteristic of Foreign Exchange Market  
    • Participants in Foreign Exchange Market  
    • Operations/ Transactions in Foreign Exchange Market  
  • Foreign Exchange Rate  
    • Factors Affecting / Influencing Exchange Rate  
    • Determination of Equilibrium Rate of Exchange  
  • Purchasing Power Parity Theory  

    Limitation od PPP theory, Fixed rate and flexible exchange rate, Advantages and disadvantages of fixed exchange rates, Advantages and disadvantages of flexible exchange rates,

  • Spot Rate  
  • Forward Exchange Rate  
  • Arbitrage  

    introduction, forms of arbitrage

  • Foreign Exchange Rate Management in India  
  • Role of Central Bank in Foreign Exchange Rate Management  
  • Managed Flexible Exchange Rate System of India  
  • Managed Floating Exchange Rate System  

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