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This course seeks to (a) provide an introduction to International Trade and Theory and (b) develop a critical awareness of International Trade Policy with special reference to the less developed countries. The course covers The importance of international trade, The Classical model of international trade The Heckscher-Ohlin Model, Tests of trade models, Alternative Trade Theories, The Theory of Tariffs, Non-Tariff Trade Barriers, Preferential trade arrangements, International Trade and Economic growth, The World Trade Organization.

Pre-requisites: ECON2002

Semester: 2

Lecturer: Dr Samuel Braithwaite

Position: Lecturer

Office Hours: N/A

Office Location: (Sir Alister McIntyre Building), Block I, I-214



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