Not too easy. Not too difficult.
deals with the theory and practice of international trade and of trade-related policies which very important to economics students.
analysing the gains from trade, the changing patterns of trade, the income distributional consequences of liberalising foreign trade, the relationship between trade, investment, and economic growth, and the reasons for and consequences of trade policies
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Borrows heavily from microeconomic theory, which makes it a relatively easy course.