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International Trade Policy

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Apr 17 - Jun 19, 2018
18:00 - 21:00 , Tuesday
Washington , DC $415 O
Oct 03 - Dec 12, 2018
18:00 - 21:00 , Wednesday
Washington , DC $415 O
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Course overview

Learn the basics of U.S. trade law and its development. Gain knowledge of the economic, political and legal foundations of trade policies and their interaction with international commitments. Examine the U.S. role in international trade organizations and agreements, like the WTO and NAFTA. Discuss globalization, free trade vs. fair trade, environmental issues, regional, bilateral and multilateral liberalization, international dispute settlement, countervailing duties and anti-dumping law. This course is taught from a practitioner's perspective, examining how each of these disciplines informs trade policy. This is a graduate level course and prior knowledge of macro and microeconomics is expected.

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