ECON-542 International Trade
Fall for 2015-2016
Major topics covered include: comparative and absolute advantage; production, trade, and consumption; equilibrium in the international market; trade and factors of production; modern theories of trade; commercial policy; factor movements; U.S. trade policy; and trade problems of developing countries, current trade issues and WTO. (Not required for MSFS/MA in Economics majors).
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: ECON-001 and ECON-002 or ECON-003

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