Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Students who pursue the field of international trade can complete a bachelor's degree in a wide variety of fields, including business, finance, or other disciplines with a strong focus on math.
comparative advantage and the gains from trade theories of comparative advantage patterns and forces of international trade in a world with many goods and factors of production empirical tests of trade models international trade and factor mobility theories of trade under imperfect competition and increasing returns to scale
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The course is basically application of microeconomic theory so revising it will be essentially helpful.