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International Economics

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    • Category : Social Sciences > Economics & Finance
    • Keyword : Economics
    • Taught by : Jinhwan OH
    • Created By : Ewha Womans University
    • Offered By : Ewha Womans University
    • Date Added : 2022.11.08

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  • Structures and plans of this lecture are provided
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  • Overviews history of international trade
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  • Discusses important articles and major activities of GATT and WTO
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  • Basic concepts of the model - opportunity cost and comparative advantage, in particular- are explained
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  • Overviews main concept of production possiblity frontier.
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  • Explains what indifference curve is about and how domestic equilibrium is made without trade
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  • Explains how each country gains from trade by specializing the goods in which it has a comparative advantage.
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  • Explains how this model is similar to or different from the Ricardian Model in terms of diminishing marginal products.
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  • Reviews microeconomic theories used in the Specific Factors Model
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  • Understand gains and losses from trade by analyzing output and input price changes made by trade when capital is fixed in each sector as a specific factor
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  • Explains basic assumptions of the model, including factor intensity and factor abundance, and go over relative labor demand
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  • Understand gains losses from trade in the long-run when capital is mobile across sectors by analyzing output and input price changes made by trade
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  • Reviews problem set questions for the Ricardian Model
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  • Reviews problem set questions for the shor-run Specific Factors Model and long-run Hecksher-Ohlin Model
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  • Understands the short-run effect of immigration on domestic output level and real wage
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  • Understands the long-run effect of international factor movements on domestic output level and factor prices and derives the Rybczynski Theorem
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  • Reviews problem set questions
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  • Compares the New Trade Theory with traditional ones from the aspects of economic models and gains from trade, and shed light on Krugmans contribution
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  • As one pillar of the New Trade Theory, this lecture explains monopolistic competition from microeconomic aspects
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  • As another pillar of the New Trade Theory, this lecture explains increasing returns to scale. The concept of elasticity is also added.
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  • Discusses what happens before and after trade, and explains gains from trade for consumers and producers
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  • Begins a chapter on trade policies and introduce a case study on the U.S. steel tariff to discuss the political economy of imposing tariffs
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  • Reviews basic concepts of consumer surplus, producer surplus, efficiency, and the first fundamental theorem of welfare economics as tools for analyzing the effect of imposing tariff
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  • Explains gains and losses of imposing tariff by comparing consumer surplus, government revenue, and deadweight loss.
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  • Explains the effect of imposing tariffs on large countries and seeks numerical solutions for the dead-weight loss
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26. Type weblink Subject Description
  • Explians basic elements of a game and principles of the prisoners dilemma
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  • Explains pure strategies, mixed strategies, and multiple Nash Equilibriium
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  • Analyzes the effect of tariffs and export subsidies using game theories
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  • Reviews major GATT articles and legal grounds for the so-called 3 remedies
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30. Type weblink Subject Description
  • Reviews legal grounds for safeguards and find examples
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31. Type weblink Subject Description
  • Reiviews legal grounds for anti-dumping duties and counterveiling duties
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  • Reviews WTO's rules of origin
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  • Reads Ch. 3 of "Bad Samaritans" written by Prof. Ha-Joon Chang as alternatives views
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  • Introduces Macroeconomics as opposed to Microeconomics and explains GDP, consumption, investment, and government spending
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  • Overviews equilibrium in the goods market and examines how C, I, and G affect Y.
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  • Find equilibrium in the money market through its demand supply and examines relationship between money supply and interest rate
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  • Investigates how fiscal and monetary policies (both expansionary and contractionary) affect equilibria in the goods market and money market, and introduces the crowd-out effect
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  • Compares the floating exchange rate scheme with the fixed on, and examines the relationship between exchange rates and macroeconomic policies
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  • Studies several cases for the international macroeconomic policies
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