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International trade and concerns are the primary focus of the branch of Economics called International Economics. In this area of study, it deals both the theory and empirical frameworks of international trade such as inter-regional trade and economic geography.

The study of positive issues knowing the reason why countries and what goods are traded will be taught in this Diploma In International Economics. You are provided with materials and workshops to discuss these issues in neoclassical settings.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer need to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: MIT

Course Curriculum

Module 01
lec1 Gains From Trade and the Law of Comparative Advantage (Theory) 00:45:00
lec2 The Ricardian Model (Theory, Part I) 01:10:00
lec3 The Ricardian Model, (cont.) (Theory, Part II) 01:10:00
lec4 The Assignment Model Approach (Theory) 01:00:00
lec5 Gains From Trade and the Law of Comparative Advantage (Empirics) 01:30:00
lec6 The Ricardian Model (Empirics) 01:40:00
lec7 The Assignment Model Approach (Empirics) 02:00:00
lec8 The Heckscher-Ohlin Model (Theory, Part I) 00:40:00
lec9 The Heckscher-Ohlin Model, (cont.) (Theory, Part II) 00:40:00
lec10 The Heckscher-Ohlin Model (Empirics, Part I) 01:00:00
lec11 The Heckscher-Ohlin Model, (cont.) (Empirics, Part II) 01:40:00
lec12 Trade Theory with Firm-Level Heterogeneity (Empirics, Part I) 01:40:00
Module 02
lec13 Trade Theory with Firm-Level Heterogeneity, (cont.) (Empirics, Part II) 01:30:00
lec14 Trade Theory with Firm-Level Heterogeneity (Theory, Part I) 01:20:00
lec15 Trade Theory with Firm-Level Heterogeneity, (cont.) (Theory, Part II) 00:50:00
lec16 Gravity Models (Theory) 00:45:00
lec17 Gravity Models (Empirics) 01:40:00
lec18 Offshoring and Fragmentation of Production (Theory, Part I) 01:20:00
lec19 Economic Geography (Empirics, Part I) 01:40:00
lec20 Economic Geography, (cont.) (Empirics, Part II) 00:45:00
lec21 Political Economy of Trade Policy and the WTO (Theory, Part I) 00:50:00
lec22 Political Economy of Trade Policy and the WTO, (cont.) (Theory, Part II) 00:40:00
lec23 Political Economy of Trade Policy and the WTO (Empirics, Part I) 00:30:00
lec24 Political Economy of Trade Policy and the WTO, (cont.) (Empirics, Part II) 00:40:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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