International Trade And Agreement Course Description

14.01SC Principles of Microeconomics and 14.02 Principles of Macroeconomics are prerequisites for this course. This course offers students the opportunity to develop the level attributes listed below: CONTACTS Alan Deardorff: Office:Weill Hall, Room 3314 (But I may never be there because of Covid-19) Phone: 734-239-5914 (My cell, but I prefer you to use an email) Talk times: Mondays and Thursdays 10-11 hours on Zoom Email: alandear@umich.edu email me questions or request a virtual meeting outside of my office hours. Zoom Links: (for lessons and consultations) Lessons: umich.zoom.us/j/92509778371 passcode = 541541 office hours: umich.zoom.us/j/93237591114 Passcode = 541541 course Home: www-personal.umich.edu/~alandear/courses/541/541.html Guillermo C. Jimenez is a global expert on export/import law and international business practices and author of the ICC Guide to Export/Import – Global Standards for International Trade (4th Edition, ICC Publishing, 2012), as well as other books on legal and trade issues. As Head of Department at the ICC`s Paris headquarters from 1990 to 1998, he coordinated work on the ICC`s main business tools and instruments and lectured on international affairs in more than 35 countries and before a number of intergovernmental organizations, including accommodation for students with disabilities: If you think you need accommodation for a disability, please inform your teacher as soon as possible. Some aspects of the courses may be modified to facilitate your participation and progression. As soon as you draw your manager`s attention to your needs, they can work with the Office of Student Services with Disabilities (SSD) to determine appropriate university accommodations. All information you provide will be treated as private and confidential. The focus is on trade policy. They learn what trade policy is, how it is used by the United States and other countries, and how its use is limited by international agreements.

Most importantly, you learn how to use economic modeling to understand the impact of trade policy and quantify those effects. Along the way, you will also learn about the institutions of the global economy, especially those related to trade. And you`ll learn a little bit about economic theories, why nations change, why economists say they`re out of commerce, and why there are also trade losers. Students are reminded that, to preserve the academic integrity of all programs and courses, the university takes a zero-tolerance approach to students who offer money or valuable goods or services to any employee involved in their learning or assessment. Students who offer teachers, tutors or professional staff more than a small sign of esteem are by no means totally unacceptable. Staff members are required to report all such incidents to their supervisor/manager, who will take them to court as part of the university`s disciplinary proceedings. Technology in this course: In terms of technology, you will naturally use them for our class meetings, as they are all online. You can use any device you find useful during teaching, for example. B follow-up of the latest news and other information relevant to the class debate. Quizze will be an open book, and you can use online resources (but not other students) to help yourself, subject to the quiz time limit…