|Semester||Spring Semester, 2021|
|Department||MA Program of Public Finance, First Year PhD Program of Public Finance, First Year MA Program of Public Finance, Second Year PhD Program of Public Finance, Second Year|
|Course Name||Trade Policy|
|Instructor||PENG SHI SHU|
The assignments during this semester with the weights are as follows:
Class participation: 5%
Problem Sets: 15%
Midterm #1: 30%
Midterm #2: 30%
Group presentation: 20%
Grading disputes may arise. With the exception of arithmetic errors, and in order to avoid problems associated with self-selection, disputes involving points scored on individual questions will NOT be considered. However, if you wish, the entire assignment will be re-graded. This re-grading may result in either a higher or lower number of points being scored.
Requests for re-grading must be submitted in writing to the instructor within one week of the assignment first being returned.
Any request of absence for midterms must be submitted in writing before 9:00am on the exam day, except for medical emergencies.
|Textbook & Reference|
Paul R. Krugman, Maurice Obstfeld, and Marc J. Melitz (2013) International Economics: Theory and Policy (GE), McGraw-Hill/Education, 8th edition.
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