EconomicsECON 240B International Trade II

The second quarter of a two-quarter sequence which focuses on advanced research topics in trade and its intersection with applied microeconomics. The course is theoretical and empirical, and designed to acquaint students with recent developments in the field. Research topics include: trade and development; political economy of trade policies; trade and labor markets; trade and environment; theories, determinants, and implications of foreign direct investments; economic geography; and spatial/urban economics. (Formerly Advanced International Trade Theory II.)

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ECON 240A.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

The Staff