OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE
This course presents theory, policy, and
practice of international trade and
international business. We will
emphasize the economic and geographic bases for
and effects of international trade and
investment, and emphasize Canada, China, Mexico,
and the US, and their trade relationships.
In Winter 2013, we will undertake two tests, two
short papers, and a variety of exercises in and
outside of class meetings. There are
no particular prerequisites; students
interested in geography, international studies,
business, political science, and public affairs
should find this course especially useful.
(See a fuller statement of the course's learning
objectives and desired outcomes).
links and Additional
exams and review
copyright James W.
revised 4 January 2013