The objective of this option is the to give students a solid grasp of international economics and to ensure that they can use partial and general equilibrium techniques to understand a range of economic issues in international trade and geographical economics. There is a particular emphasis on the interaction between theoretical and empirical modelling. Learning outcomes comprise: a good knowledge of facts relating to international trade and of the role and functioning of the World Trade Organization and multi-lateral trade negotiations (Uruguay, Doha,..); the role of trade and fiscal policies in a global economy and the strategic aspects involved; an understanding of the determinants (eg. agglomeration forces) of interregional and international GDP level and growth disparities.
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|LECON2314||Economic Geography||Joseph Gomes||30h||5 crédits||q2||x||x|
|LECON2041||International Trade||Gonzague Vannoorenberghe||30h||5 crédits||q2||x||x|
|LECON2042||Globalization, firms and trade||Gonzague Vannoorenberghe||30h||5 crédits||q2||x||x|
|LECON2865||Trade Policy and International Cooperation||30h||5 crédits||q2||x||x|