International Trade Theory
course is an introduction to international trade and trade policy. It covers
the basic theories of comparative advantage, factor endowment and trade
patterns, economies of scale and imperfect competition, and reviews different
arguments for restrictive trade policies and their partial and general
EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of the course unit,
students should be able to:
- Explain the basic facts of international
trade theory and the usage of the corresponding models to the analysis of
international trade policies.
- Discuss the effective assess the possible
gains from trading internationally.
- To enable students comprehend and be able
to use the various payment instruments available in international trade.
- Describe the comprehend and work within
the various international trade agreements, politics, and institutions
that regulate international trade today.
- Assess the possible gains from
- Assess the various international trade
agreement, politics and instruments that regulate international trade