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Port Economics - PORTECONOMICS Chapter1.Introduction Liu...

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Liu, Yang Transportation and Logistics College Dalian Maritime University 27 August 2007 PORT ECONOMICS Chapter 1. Introduction
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Hiya! Course Briefing Prep Work Agenda Agenda Hiya!
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Welcome back to school!
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Name: Liu, Yang / L° Office: / ± ² · 102 Mobile: 13941139810 E-mail: [email protected] Self Introduction Self Introduction
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Norms in Class Norms in Class Take notes Mobile silent Sleep quietly
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Learn Un-learn Re-learn
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Grouping Grouping Group 1 e e 1 ´ e c Group 2 1 * Group 3 e e e e * Group 4 * È Group 5 * * Group 6 Group 7 Group 8 * h Group 9 X
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Hiya! Course Briefing Prep Work Agenda Agenda Course Briefing Course Briefing
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Course Information Course Information Academic Year : 2007-2008 Semester : 1 Course Unit Title : Port Economics Length : 18 weeks, 54 teaching hours Credit Points : 3 Textbook : To be handed out Assessment : 40% coursework + 60% written exam
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Participating in-depth analysis of port economics, with a special focus on recent trends Developing analytical skills and systematic thinking Training academic key skills Improving English and broadening horizons ENJOYING ENJOYING Strengthening understanding of economic principles Learning Objectives Learning Objectives
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Lecture slides Reading materials Case studies Group work Seminars Library
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