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LESE314 - International Food Trade Theory, Spring 2010

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This course is to study international food trade by investigating international trade theory and trade policies. It addresses elements determining trade, factor flows, exchanges rates and economic development in the world. The emphasis is placed on empirical aspects where trade theory and trade policies are relevant and applicable. To incorporate world trade from a food perspective, this course especially deals with actual cases with which students can clearly understand and familiarize current developments in trade. In this respect, in-class group discussion on various trade questions is performed.

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International Food Trade Theory

 

Professor Lim, Song Soo, Ph.D.

College of Life Science & Biotechnology


Course Structure: 75 minute long classes, twice a week

Course Description

This course is to study international food trade by investigating international trade theory and trade policies. It addresses elements determining trade, factor flows, exchanges rates and economic development in the world. The emphasis is placed on empirical aspects where trade theory and trade policies are relevant and applicable. To incorporate world trade from a food perspective, this course especially deals with actual cases with which students can clearly understand and familiarize current developments in trade. In this respect, in-class group discussion on various trade questions is performed.

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