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About the course
In this course, students examine the interrelationship between international trade theory, policy development, and policy enforcement. The course first focuses on economic theory to that students gain a thorough understanding of the causal factors that determine trade and economic transactions. The course then links theory to how policy is created, implemented, enforced, and revised so that students gain a practical understanding international trade issues. Policy includes the role of government in regulating, restricting, promoting, and/or influencing the conduct of international trade and investment.
At the completion of the course, a successful student will be able to:
- Discuss the interrelationship between international trade theory and policy.
- Discuss causal factors that determine economic transactions.
- Outline the role of government in regulating, restricting, promoting, and/or influencing the conduct of international trade and investment.