An examination of the basic theories of international trade, commercial policy and factor movements. Topics may include the relationship between trade and economic growth, global aspects of U.S. trade policy, international trade agreements and protectionism.
Introductory microeconomics, as well as introductory macroeconomics or calculus II with a minimum grade of C-.
This course is not recommended for non-majors who earned less than B- in introductory macroeconomics or microeconomics.
In Rome, this course is cross-listed with International Business 3563.