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Misunderstanding about GRC/increase in regulatory compliance. Top management executives don’t know or understand the concept of GRC (governance, Risk Management, Compliance) for IT governance, information security government and corporate governance.Increasing incidence of espionage and corporate fraud. Enemy countries have often engaged in espionage missions to each other. Cyber security threatsat inter-national level are called “Cyber Welfare” and have been carried out with the objective of gaining strategic advantage in political disputes, Cyber warfare techniques include Information Operation (IO), Information Assurance (IA) and Computer Network Operations (CNO).6. Trade Policy and Offshoring Strategy:a.Why do nations trade with one another? Explain in your own words.(Ricardo’s Comparative Advantage Chapter 1 Appendix: Economics and Efficiency)b.What is Dynamic Comparative Advantage? [Vernon’s Theory] What are the economic and sociological implications of Vernon’s theory for the current debate on “Outsourcing” and “Off-shoring?” c.Globalization and Free Trade agreements (such as NAFTA) have had major impact onemployees. What strategies should Governments and Corporations adopt to minimize the impact of off-shoring on its employees in a global economy?A.Why do nations trade with one another? Explain in your own words.(Ricardo’s Comparative Advantage Chapter 1 Appendix: Economics and Efficiency)This theory of comparative advantage, also called comparative cost theory, is regarded as the classical theory of international trade.
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According to the classical theory of international trade, every country will produce their commodities for the production of which it is most suited in terms of its natural endowments climate quality of soil, means of transport, capital, etc. It will produce these commodities in excess of its own requirement and will exchange the surplus with the imports of goods from other countries for the production of which it is not well suited or which it cannot produce at all. Thus all countries produce and export these commodities in which they have cost advantages and import those commodities in which they have cost disadvantages.Ricardo explained his comparative cost difference theory, by taking an example of England and Portugal as two countries & Wine and Cloth as two commodities.As pointed out in the assumptions, the cost is measured in terms of labor hour. The principle of comparative advantage expressed in labor hours by the following table.1 Unit of Wine1 Unit of clothEnglandPortugal1208010090Portugal requires less hours of labor for both wine and cloth. One unit of wine in Portugal is produced with the help of 80 labor hours as above 120 labor hours required in England. In the case of cloth too, Portugal requires less labor hours than England. From this it could be argued that there is no need for trade as Portugal produces both commodities at a lower cost. Ricardo however tried to prove that

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