Aarhus, Denmark

Deglobalization, Nationalism, and Trade War: the Challenge to Global Trade

when 2 July 2024 - 19 July 2024
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 5 EC
fee EUR 705

International trade issues are everywhere in the news. The rumblings of the Ukraine war, U.S.-China trade wars, Brexit disagreement, the Make America Great Again controversy, and other events of the day underscore the significance of international trade in our lives. A grasp of international trade theory and policy should allow students to analyze events occurring in the world economy and evaluate the wisdom of national policies. By combining theory with current events, the course will enable students to make sense of the persistent debates on international trade issues in public forums. Upon completing the class, students will be able to evaluate the new era, explain the theories of trade and policy, and identify the US and China's significance in the world economy.

Course leader

Baban Hasnat

Target group

Bachelor's Level

Fee info

EUR 705: EU/EEA citizens
EUR 1488: NON EU/EEA citizens


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