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Fall 2016 Catalog and Handbook 
    
Fall 2016 Catalog and Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BUS 338 - International Trade (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: BUS 301  
This course examines the factors that have led to enormous economic interdependence amongst the nations of the world. Students will obtain the tools necessary to understand the principles and policies underlying the complexities of international trade. The course provides the theoretical foundations for trade in a global economy, including: established models essential to understanding international trade; gains from trade; comparative advantages; trade policy; market trends in the flow of imports and exports; national income accounting and balance of payments. Students come away with a deep appreciation for the interconnection amongst all the forces involved, and are prepared to analyze case studies and current events.