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Syllabus

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Books

McLaren, J. International trade : economic analysis of globalization and policy, 2013. Hoboken, N. J.: Wiley. ISBN: 9780470408797. Chapters 1-2, 5-6, 9.

Weil, D. Economic Growth, 2013. Harlow: Pearson Education. ISBN: 9780273769293, 3rd edition. Chapters 1-4 and 6-13.

Recommended texts

Varian, H. R. Intermediate Microeconomics: a modern approach, 2010. New York: W. W. Norton. ISBN: 9780393935332, 8th edition. Chapters 31-32.

Acemoglu, D. Why Nations Fail: the origin of power prosperity, and poverty, 2012. London: Profile Books. ISBN: 9781846684296.

@Krugman, P. R. What do Undergrads Need to Know about Trade?, 1993. The American Economic Review, 83(2): pp. 23-26.

@Irwin, D. A. The United States in A New Global Economy? A Century’s Perspective, 1996. American Economic Review, 86(2): pp. 41-46.

@Jones, C. I. The Facts of Economic Growth, 2016. Handbook of Microeconomics 2: pp. 3-69.

@World Trade Organisation. International Trade Statistics 2013, 2013. (wto.org).

@Krugman, P. "Does Third World Growth Hurt First World Prosperity?” in Krugman, P. R., Pop internationalism, 1997. ISBN: 0262611333.

@Frankel, J. F. and Romer, D. Does Trade Cause Growth?, 1999. American Economic Review 89(3): pp. 379-399.

@Wacziarg, R. and Welch, K. H. Trade Liberalization and Growth: New Evidence, 2008. World Bank Econonic Review 22(2): pp. 187-231.

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