|Semester||Spring Semester, 2021|
|Department||The International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , First Year The International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , Second Year|
|Course Name||International Trade|
Part I. Weekly lectures:
Part II. Group projects:
Students are asked to establish small groups (of four to five people in size) and to conduct literature review and analysis on trade related issues or policies, based on the theories and analytical framework as introduced in the course. Students need to find their partners themselves for the group project, and to make a preliminary presentation on the project topic and outline, on the class session of the university scheduled mid-term exam week. Groups have to set their work schedule and management plan for the project. Formal presentations of the group projects consist of two parts: oral and written (both in English). Written reports on the group projects shall be submitted by the last week of the semester.
(1) Final exam: 30% (answer in English)
(2) Homework (through the digital companion platform): 30%
(3) Oral presentation of the group project (oral with PowerPoint presentation):: 20% (in English)
(4) Written report of the group project: 20% (in English)
Please understand that all the arrangements stated in this syllabus are always tentative, subject to the composition of students and proceedings of the class. As the class moves along, there is often the need to modify it in order to fit the needs of students. As a result, the instructor reserves the right to made revision or modification to this syllabus.
|Textbook & Reference|
Appleyard, Dennis R., Alfred J. Field, Jr., (2017). International Economics, 9th Edition, McGraw-Hill. (with the digital companion platform.)
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