Econ 471 -
Classes: TTh 8:30 – 10:20 am, PCAR 395
Office: Savery 352
Office Hours: Wednesdays 10:00 am - 12:00 noon, remote
Syllabus and Reading List
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This course covers several major theories of international trade and important trade policies such as tariff and trade wars. The theories are applied to analyze several recent big trade events and disputes in the world. The roles of some international organizations such as World Trade Organization will be examined.
This course consists of lectures, problem sets, one mid-term exam, and one final exam. The problem sets will be graded and will account for 10% of the total grade. The mid-term exam and final exam will carry weights of 40% and 50%, respectively.
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