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In this video, it will give you a tour about the international trade and the results of the trade on the world economy. You will get to know some basic topics comparative advantage, factor endowments. Learning this course will help you to understand the process of trade and ins and outs about it. If you pass the final exam you can earn “International Trade” certificate.


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 needs 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: MR University

Course Curriculum

Module: 1
Comparative advantage 00:12:00
Comparative advantage 2: Homework 00:05:00
Market reforms in Bangladesh 00:03:00
India Retail Competition 00:06:00
Trade and Poverty in India 00:04:00
Development and Trade: Empirical Evidence 00:15:00
Module: 2
The cultural diversity critique of markets 00:09:00
Sources of Comparative Advantage 00:08:00
Evidence on Comparative Advantage from Japan 00:05:00
Trade and Variety 00:09:00
The Gravity Equation and Cost of Trade 00:10:00
Trade, Investment and Migration as Substitutes 00:03:00
Module: 3
Trade and Tariff History 00:04:00
The Shipping Container 00:04:00
The Corn Law debates 00:07:00
John Stuart Mill terms of trade 00:06:00
Effective Rate of Protection 00:03:00
Optimal Tariffs 00:07:00
Module: 4
Tariffs and Growth in 19th Century 00:06:00
The Political Economy of Tariffs 00:08:00
International Trade and Welfare Costs of Tariffs 00:14:00
The Smoot-Hawley Tariff 00:04:00
Malawi restricts trade in corn 00:07:00
Tariffs vs. Quotas 00:14:00
Module: 5
World Trade Organization 00:07:00
The Green Revolution 00:04:00
Basics of Multinational Corporations 00:06:00
Gains from Multinationals 00:03:00
Firm myths 00:06:00
Productivity in Firms 00:22:00
Module: 6
Trade and External Economies of Scale 00:19:00
Monopolistic Competition and International Trade 00:17:00
Trade and Increasing Returns: Evidence 00:09:00
International Trade Disciplines Monopolies 00:05:00
Intra-Firm Trade 00:04:00
Intra Industry Trade 00:13:00
Module: 7
Unbundling the Supply Chain 00:05:00
Robert Torrens and sliding tariffs 00:05:00
Robert Torrens on strategic trade policy 00:06:00
South Korea and Industrial Policy 00:07:00
Friedrich List 00:06:00
Paul Romer 00:16:00
Module: 8
The deindustrialization of India 00:05:00
Specific Factors Models 00:04:00
Factor Price Equalization 00:05:00
The Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem 00:08:00
Evidence on the Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem 00:12:00
The Rybczynski Theorem 00:07:00
Module: 9
Virtual Water 00:02:00
What is at Stake in Trade Theories? 00:05:00
Economics of Offshoring 00:09:00
Introduction to NAFTA 00:05:00
NAFTA and Mexican Agriculture 00:10:00
Effects of NAFTA on the Mexican Economy 00:07:00
Module: 10
Maquiladoras 00:04:00
Does Fair Trade Help? 00:06:00
Who Supports Free Trade? 00:04:00
Does Trade Help the Environment? 00:06:00
Who gains from FDI? 00:05:00
The Economics of Bollywood 00:07:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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