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International Trade (ECON234)

Course description

This course examines the economic determinants of cross-country trade patterns and welfare properties of trade policies. We first introduce economic models that focus on cross-country differences (in technology, in factor endowment), imperfect competition, or increasing returns to scale as the rationale for trade and the consequences of opening to trade on national welfare and on income distribution within and across countries. We then examine the economic causes and effects of increasing tra...


Pre-requisites

Seminar Required

Graded, 1.0 Credit Units


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