The lecture International Trade takes place this winter semester.

Professor: Prof. Dr. Gunther Schnabl
Tutor: Tom Bugdalle
Start: 13.10.2022
Date: Thursdays, 11:15am - 12:45pm
exceptions:

- Wednesday, 26.10.2022, 07:30am - 09:00am (SR 7)

- Friday, 18.11.2022, 09:15am - 10:45am (SR 6)

Room: Seminarraum 7 - I131 I1.002
Language: English
Course: International Economics
Course Number: 07-202-1102
Credits: 10 ECTS, written exam and term paper

Structure and Course Material

  Lecture Date

1.

The Basic Trade Model and Terms of Trade
PDF 209 KB
13.10.2022

 

Presentation of the Seminar Topics 20.10.2022

2.

Absolute and Comparative Advantage
PDF 239 KB
26.10.2022

3.

The Factor Endowment Model
PDF 294 KB

03.11.2022

4.

Imperfect Competition
PDF 219 KB

10.11.2022

5.

Outsourcing and Product Fragmentation
PDF 249 KB

18.11.2022

6.

International Factor Movement: Labor and Capital
PDF 241 KB
24.11.2022

7.

The Instruments of Trade Policy
PDF 210 KB

01.12.2022

8.

The Political Economy of Trade Policy
PDF 251 KB

08.12.2022

9.

Trade Policy and Imperfect Competition
PDF 238 KB

15.12.2022

10.

Trade Controls in Practice

05.01.2023

11.

Trade Policy in Developing Countries

12.01.2023

12.

Controversies in Trade Policy

19.01.2023

13.

Questions and Answers

26.01.2023

 

Written Exam

t.b.d

References

For deeper understanding of the contents of the lecture notice the reading list. Students are encouraged to follow the ongoing debate on international trade as reported in the Economist, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Financial Times, Reuters, Bloomberg, or the news on the WTO website.

Basic Literature

  • Krugman, Paul / Obstfeld, Maurice / Melitz, Marc 2011: International Economics: Theory and Policy, 9th. edition, Boston.
  • Caves, Richard / Frankel, Jeffrey / Jones, Ronald 2007: World Trade and Payments: An Introduction, 10th edition, Boston

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