International Trade Theory is a university course developed over 17 semesters at a top university in South Korea. It is a course perfect for anyone interested in gaining an increased understanding of international trade and economics or for those students pursuing further study in these fields.
This course covers prominent trade models and discusses their role in international trade today. The focus of this course is not on math applications or graphs. Rather, we consider how perspectives on international trade have changed over time and how international trade continues to change today.
International Trade Theory is an introduction to international economics. The focus will be on understanding macro and microeconomic theory and applying them to the modern world. This course will be a combination of lectures and individual study from the textbook which comes free (pdf) as part of this course.
1. To develop an understanding of economics.
2. To explore economic theory in today’s business world.
3. To examine changes in trade theory since the 16th century.
Here is an outline of the seven chapters contained in this course:
1. The Global Economy
2. Multilateral Institutions
3. Trade Theory from the 16th Century to David Ricardo
4. The Heckscher-Ohlin Trade Model
5. New Trade Theory
6. Tariffs and Quotas
7. Commercial Policy
So what do you get by purchasing this course?
Included in this course is a course textbook (pdf), 7 lectures of approximately 1-hour in length each, and 7 review question answers in video format.