1 Course Syllabus Econ 555: International Trade Academic Year 2016-2017 Winter Session Term 2 Professor: Matilde Bombardini, Iona Building 208, 604-822-3866, [email protected]Office Hours: by appointment. Webpage Introduction This is a graduate level course in international trade. We will cover the different theories of international trade and empirical applications. As I update the content of the course, the syllabus may change and I will post the updated version on Connect. Schedule Class hours: M-W 12-1:30, UCLL 109 Recommended Books: Feenstra, Robert C. 2016. Advanced International Trade: Theory and Evidence. Princeton University Press. Second Edition (F) Helpman, Elhanan, and Paul R. Krugman. 1985. Market Structure and Foreign Trade. MIT Press. (HK85) Additional Recommended books: Dixit, Avinash K., and Victor Norman. 1980. Theory of International Trade. Cambridge University Press. (DN) Bagwell, Kyle, and Robert W. Staiger. 2002. The Economics of the World Trading System. MIT Press. Grossman, Gene, and Elhanan Helpman. 1993. Innovation and Growth in the Global Economy. MIT Press. (GH93) Helpman, Elhanan and Paul R. Krugman. 1989. Trade Policy and Market Structure. MIT Press. (HK89) Baldwin, Richard E., Rikard Forslid, Philippe Martin, Gianmarco Ottaviano, and Frederic Robert-Nicoud. 2003. Economic Geography and Public Policy.Princeton University Press.