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ECON-652 International Trade
Fall for 2005-2006
Professor Ludema
The subject matter of this course is trade theory and commercial policy. Topics covered include Ricardian and neo-classical trade theory; general commercial policy--tariffs, non-tariff barriers--and the political economy of policy; trade policy under domestic distortions and constraints; the economics of international integration; scale economies, imperfect competition and strategic policy; trade and growth; international factor movements; and trade and uncertainty. Prerequisite: ECON-602.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: ECON-602
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