Average Rating (from 1 Student)
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It is a course that can shed some light on the functioning of international markets.
Theory of international trade: bases, direction, terms, volume, and gains of trade. Effects of tariffs, quantitative restrictions, and international integration. Effects of free and restricted trade on economic welfare and political stability.
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Advice for students:
One should have a proper background in economic theory (micro and macro) to grasp this course.