Not too easy. Not too difficult.
examines the causes of trade, the sources of the gains from trade, and the domestic and international distribution of those gains.
instruments and consequences of trade policy, namely tariffs and quantitative restrictions, and their modern manifestation as anti-dumping and safeguard measures. The causes and consequences of trade policy, too, are linked to contemporary empirical evidence.
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The course borrows heavily from microeconomic theory so one needs to refer to those courses.