International Trade Theory and Policy
by Steven M. Suranovic

International Trade:
Master Table of Contents

An earlier version of the IE Study Center International Trade textbook is available here at this website. It dates to around 2005, but it remains useful because the theory of international trade hasn't changed. Click on the chapter links on the left to access the book.

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International Trade
Course Syllabus

This is a syllabus for my MA-level international trade courses taught at the George Washington University in Fall 2019. This course is taken by many International Affairs students in the MIEP program at the Elliott School of International Affairs and by GW MBA students. Included are the list of readings for each session and links to external reading sources.


About the Site

This site was designed to make information about international economics open-sourced, meaning accessible to everyone with a connection to the internet. The book presents the traditional models of trade with explanations about their applicability to the real world. I hope you will find them useful in enhancing your understanding.

 

Last Updated on 10/31/2019