International Economics

7.5 ECTs / Semester / English

This course focuses on international trade theory. We discuss economic incentives for the existence of international trade and of factors’ movement. We study the pattern of trade and the effects of trade and of trade policy instruments on relative prices, volume of trade, income distribution and economic welfare. Standard models are used to address these issues.

Prerequisites: Microeconomics I

Faculty

Full Professor
Teresa Lloyd-Braga, Full Professor and Vice-Rector. Holds a PhD in Economics (Universidade Católica Portuguesa-CATÓLICA-LISBON, Portugal, 1996) and the…