ECO 321 International Trade
Examines the theory of international trade and its applications. Students will learn why nations exchange, what determines the patterns of production and trade across countries, and what the welfare implications of trade are for the world at large and for the domestic economy. Special topics include GATT, multinationals, protectionism, and Third-world debt. This course is offered in the fall semester, 2008.
Prerequisites: Economics 251, Economics 253, Economics 291, or consent of the instructor.