The course aims to provide students with knowledge of the various theoretical models of international trade to assess the suitability of these models in explaining the existing realities of international trade and other related phenomena. The course also aims to provide students with the ability to schematically conduct simple partial and general balance analyzes of the main commercial policy tools using principles of political economy and commercial policy.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the students will be able to develop coherent, structured and balanced opinions on current debates in international trade, international cooperation and globalization and be able to communicate these opinions both orally and in writing. Students will also be able to apply the theoretical knowledge and analytical skills acquired by the course to analyze relevant political issues in the fields of agricultural trade, WTO trade negotiations and issues related to developing countries and economic development.
Lesson period: Second semester
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