2 July 2016
The aim of the course is to provide students an understanding of basic concepts in international economics, such as
absolute advantage, comparative advantage, gains from trade, protectionism. The course also aims to offer
students knowledge on balance of payments, exchange rates and international economic institutions.
Professor Pınar Narin EMİRHAN
Both graduate and undergraduate students
At the end of this course the learner is expected to,
1) Demonstrate understanding of the causes, patterns and consequences of international trade according to
various trade models.
2) Identify the methods of government intervention into international trade by studying diversified trade
policies and the rational for these policies in order to evaluate their effects on domestic and world
3) Demonstrate the ability to conduct simple partial equilibrium analyses of trade policy tools with diagrams.
4) Demonstrate an understanding of balance of payments.
5) Demonstrate understanding of how exchange rates are determined within different institutional settings
for monetary policy
EUR 575: The program fee includes the following:
The tuition for the two week program. Within the two week period, students can attend only one course
Use of all venue facilities (e.g. computer lab, TV room, etc.)
Handouts, scripts and other relevant teaching material
Accommodation and half board for the two weeks. Students are accommodated in double rooms. The breakfasts, lunch and only two dinners are included.
Two company visits
İnternational Afternoon and Farewell Dinner
Transfers from/to the airport