International Trade

Course ID: SH17020211047EDC01
Discipline: Economics/Applied Economists
Registration recommendations: International undergraduate students
Prerequisites: International Trade
Lecture Hours & Credits: 51 leture hours/3 credits
Project year: 2015

School of International Economics and Trade


Yan Zhang, Associate Professor,Ph.D. Economics, Graduated from the School of Economics Fudan University Research Interest: The Trade in Service, Practice of International Trade. International Business Negotiation. Research Achievement: I have published many articles related in the trade in service and service outsourcing on CSSCI and core journals, finished the project named Empirical Research of relative between Idiosyncratic human capital and the comparative advantage of service trade. I also have compiled a series of textbooks, such as International Business Negotiation and International Trade in Services.


This course is designed to help students develop policy analysis skills and acquire knowledge. Specifically the course will: 1. To help students to understand the knowledge of international trade .2、To apply the relevant theory and practice skills into the work of international trade documents


This course covers these parts: Part One deals with trade theory. Part Two deals with trade policy. Part Three deals with the measurement of a nation’s balance of payments, foreign exchange markets, and exchange rate determination. These parts examine open-economy macroeconomics or the macro relationships between the domestic economy and the rest of the world, as well as the operation of the present international monetary system.

Textbooks and Reference Books

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