Each week, there will be a pre-recorded lecture posted on the unit iLearn page, along with the lecture slides. Starting in Week 2, we will also discuss questions regarding the lecture topics from the previous week. In preparation, students are required to read each week's reading material. Students will discuss these questions with their group and submit their discussion results on iLearn. Answers to these questions will be available in the following week. There may be additional readings in order to assist students in discussing these questions.
Material for the unit, such as lecture recordings and slides, will be available to students on the unit iLearn site at http://ilearn.mq.edu.au. Students are strongly encouraged to check the unit iLearn page weekly for announcements as well as the unit schedule, additional readings, assessment information, and discussion questions and answers.
• Feenstra, Robert C. and Taylor, Alan M. (2017), International Trade, 4e, Worth Publishers Other
• Pugel, T. A. (2014), International Economics, 16th ed., McGraw-Hill
• Krugman, P., Obstfeld, M., and Melitz, M. (2017) International Economics: Theory & Policy, 11th ed., Pearson.
• Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, www.dfat.gov.au
• Australian Bureau of Statistics, www.abs.gov.au
• International Monetary Fund, www.imf.org
• Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, www.oecd.org
• The Economist, www.economist.com
• The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), www.unctad.org
• World Trade Organisation, www.wto.org
• World Bank, www.worldbank.org