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From the attached syllabus, we only need the final draft of the term paper which is supposed to be 2 pages

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From the attached syllabus, we only need the final draft of the term paper which is supposed to be 2 pages. We also need to incorporate introduction and conclusion on it additionaly.

 

Below are topics that we can choose for the paper.

 

1. term paper related- jobs and technological change

Can online shopping absorb traditional retail workers?

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/can-online-shopping-absorb-traditional-retail-workers/ 

 

2. New Report on Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal Raises Serious Concerns about Corporate Misalignment

https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/new-report-on-trans-pacific-partnership-trade-deal-raises-serious-concerns-about-corporate-misalignment

 

3. “Free Trade” Was Never Really About Trade

 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stan-sorscher/free-trade-was-never-real_b_3427477.html

 

4. Inequality As Policy: Selective Trade Protectionism Favors Higher Earners

https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/inequality-as-policy-selective-trade-protectionism-favors-higher-earners

 

5. What’s the Problem With Protectionism?

https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/whats-the-problem-with-protectionism?p=ideas-papers%2Fblog%2Fwhats-the-problem-with-protectionism

 

6. Free Trade Does Not Make Countries Richer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPtm1KUu2Yk

 

7. The Realities of Free Trade DealsWhy has free trade become so unpopular? What should be done to make it acceptable again? Watch our newest video to find out.

https://www.facebook.com/RBReich/videos/vb.142474049098533/1295965373749389/?type=2&theater

 

8. Inequality As Policy: Selective Trade Protectionism Favors Higher Earners

https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/inequality-as-policy-selective-trade-protectionism-favors-higher-earners

 

9. Kicking Away the Ladder: The “Real” History of Free Trade

By Ha-Joon Chang | December 2003  (this paper is specially interesting)

http://www.personal.ceu.hu/corliss/CDST_Course_Site/Readings_old_2012_files/Ha-Joon%20Chang%20-%20Kicking%20Away%20the%20Ladder-Th

 

University of California, Davis

Department of Economics

International Trade

ECN160A

SSII 2017                                                                                             Prof. Farshid Mojaver

MTW 6:10-7:50p. Olson 106                                                              SSH 145           

Office Hours: M 4-6P                                                                         f_mojaver@Hotmail.com

 

Prerequisites: ECN100 (or equivalent). Students with weak microeconomic background will be at a significant disadvantage

 

Text: Feenstra and Taylor, International Trade.

 

Web Page: For copies of lecture notes, homework assignments and solution keys see canvas

 

Teaching Assistant: Mingzhi Xu, mzhxu@ucdavis.edu, SSH 122, Office Hours: MW 9:00-10:00

         Sessions:  A21 R 2:10pm -3:50pm SOCSCI 90 &

                         A22 R 4:10pm -5:50pm Wellmn 233

   Outline of Topics:

  1. Introductory issues, the Ricardian Model (Ch 1&2)
  2. The Specific-Factors Model (Ch 3)
  3. The Heckscher-Ohlin Model (Ch 4)
  4. International Factor Movement (Ch 5)
  5. Offshoring Goods and Services (Ch 7)
  6. Increasing Returns to Scale (Ch 6)
  7. Trade Policy (Ch 8-11)
  8. Trade Policy in Developing Countries (lecture notes)
  9. The Political Economy of Trade Policy (lecture notes)

Grading:

Homework                  10%     due on dates indicated below

Term Paper                     20% Final draft due on Sep 11 

Midterm                      30%     Monday August 28

Final exam                  40%     Wednesday, September 13

 

There will be no makeup exams. The course grades are assigned on a curve.

Final grade will be raised one step for adequate class participation.

 

Term Paper:

            1st draft due Aug 14: A topic/title/question and a statement of why it matters

            2nd draft due Aug 30: one page bullet point exposition of the idea

Final draft due Sep 11: two page exposition of the idea (all bullet points), with a third page for footnotes and references.

                        Stapled with the first and the second draft of the paper.

 

Home works Assignments: There will be 6 homework assignments, designed to help you to get a better understanding of the material and also to prepare you for the exams. These will be collected in class and graded from score 0 to 4 (4=very good, 3=good, 2=below average yet acceptable, 0= missing, late or unsatisfactory).

 

 

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