Courses: Junior Research Seminar: Advanced International Trade (ECONH372A01)

Fall 2014

This advanced seminar-based course covers topics in international trade theory and policy, with an emphasis on current research topics and developments. Determinants of international trade and foreign investment will be analyzed, and we will examine the motivations for and consequences of tariffs and quantitative restrictions on trade. Topics will include dynamic comparative advantage, factor movements and multinational corporations, effects of trade on economic growth and income inequality, international trade policy negotiations, agreements and disputes, and economic integration.

Prerequisites: Econ 300 and Econ 304 or permission. Math 121 or 216 recommended.

Fulfills: SO I

Department

Economics (Web site)

Taught By

Saleha Jilani (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Stokes 010

Meeting Times

T 7:30pm-10:00pm