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dc.contributor.advisorLiargovas. Panagiotisen
dc.contributor.authorKatranidis, Steliosen
dc.contributor.editorLiargovas. Panagiotisen
dc.contributor.otherVasiliou, Dimitriosen
dc.coverage.spatialStudents in ITT should thoroughly examine the respective sections of this handbook as the course progresses and various topics are covered. In the beginning of the course, as is usually done in introductory ITT courses, the theory of Ricardo and the Heckscher –Ohlin model are presented. Students should allow ample time to go through chapters 1 and 2 and the respective solved exercises. Following the study of the material and the solved exercises, they should be able to go through the respective exercises (that are not solved), presented in Chapter 10. Accordingly, as the course progresses, students should go through the remainder chapters of the handbook. The necessary study time ranges for the respective student who should, however, make sure that he/she thoroughly understands the material and the solved exercises. (150 Σελίδες)en
dc.descriptionThe handbook aims to provide the necessary tools for a thorough understanding of: the basic principles of the theory of international trade, trade policies adopted by governments,economic integration, trade liberalization, globalization and, moreover, to familiarize the student with diagrammatic techniques and fundamental mathematical methods in ITT.A prerequisite for the thorough understanding of the reading material is a basic knowledge of microeconomic principles. While some of the material in this handbook presents sections that will allow students to better understand the main reading material there is surely not a one-to-one relation of the chapters presented in this handbook and the issues examined in the main reading material.en
dc.description.abstractThis text presents some of the basic theorems that have shaped Classical and Neo-Classical Trade Theory. Amongst other topics, we discuss gains from trade, distribution of gains, government intervention policies and economic integration. An aid to the main reading material for an “easy”, example-based, diagram-based examination of some of the main issues the novice student of international economics will encounter.en
dc.relationThis handbook provides students with an introduction to the Theory of International Trade (ITT). It serves as a supplement to the main reading material for students in introductory ITT courses. Presenting some of the basic theorems that have shaped the Classical and Neo-Classical Trade Theory (such as Ricardo, Heckscher-Ohlin etc.) it provides an “easy”, example-based, diagram-based examination of some of the main issues the novice student of international economics will encounter. Students will find many solved exercises to aid them in the understanding of the material. Examples, diagrams and solved exercises are included either as links or “ballooned explanations” that either carry additional information on the topic discussed or information on related case studies presented in the literature or links to solved exercises. Additionally, Hyperlinks included in the text (indicated with the string “ORM”), link the reader to Other Reading Material available in the internet, e-books mainly, for further understanding of the material presented.Students should focus on the exercises presented in each chapter as well as the “triple-diagram” based analysis, a framework adopted throughout the text, where possible.Indicatively, however, some of the issues examined in this handbook are related to (supplementing) the main reading material as follows: Chapter 1 in the handbook: chapters 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 (Volume 1). Chapter 2 in the handbook: chapters 6 (Volume 1). Chapter 3 in the handbook: chapters 2 (Volume 1). Chapter 4 in the handbook: chapters 2 (Volume 1). Chapter 5 in the handbook: chapters 4 (Volume 1). Chapter 6 in the handbook: chapters 4, 5 (Volume 1). Chapter 7 in the handbook: chapters 4 (Volume 1). Chapter 8 in the handbook: chapter 5 (Volume 3). Some of the sub-sections in the handbook are also related to sub-sections in the main reading material (there are to many correspondences to rigorously mention at this point).en
dc.relation.requiresA prerequisite for the thorough understanding of the reading material is a basic knowledge of microeconomic principles.en
dc.subjectΆδειες εισαγωγών ποσοστώσεωνel
dc.subjectΑπόλυτο πλεονέκτημαel
dc.subjectΑποτελέσματα ευημερίαςel
dc.subjectΑρνητική ολοκλήρωσηel
dc.subjectΑρχή της μη διάκρισηςel
dc.subjectΑύξηση δημοσίων δαπανώνel
dc.subjectΑφθονία εργασίαςel
dc.subjectΑφθονία κεφαλαίουel
dc.subjectΓενική συμφωνία δασμών και εμπορίουel
dc.subjectΕθελοντικοί περιορισμοίel
dc.subjectΕθνική ασφάλειαel
dc.subjectΕμπορικό ισοζύγιοel
dc.subjectΈνταση εργασίαςel
dc.subjectΈνταση κεφαλαίουel
dc.subjectΕξαγωγικές επιδοτήσειςel
dc.subjectΖώνη Ελευθέρου εμπορίουel
dc.subjectΘετική ολοκλήρωσηel
dc.subjectΚαμπύλες κοινωνικής ευημερίαςel
dc.subjectΚατ’ αξία δασμόςel
dc.subjectΚλάδοι σε συρρίκνωσηel
dc.subjectΚοινή αγοράel
dc.subjectΚρατικές προμήθειεςel
dc.subjectΚύκλος ζωήςel
dc.subjectΛόγος μετασχηματισμούel
dc.subjectΜεγάλη εισαγωγική χώραel
dc.subjectΜεγάλη εξαγωγική χώραel
dc.subjectΜεγάλη χώραel
dc.subjectΜερική ισορροπίαel
dc.subjectΜικρή εισαγωγική χώραel
dc.subjectΜικρή εξαγωγική χώραel
dc.subjectΜικρή χώραel
dc.subjectΝηπιακοί κλάδοιel
dc.subjectΟικονομική ένωσηel
dc.subjectΌροι εμπορίουel
dc.subjectΟφέλη από το εμπόριοel
dc.subject, παγκόσμιος οργανισμός εμπορίου, πλέον ευνοημένο κράτος, πολυινική συμφωνία, πολυμερής διαπραγματεύσεις, ποσοστό ονομαστικής προστασίας, ποσοστό πραγματικής προστασίας, ποσοστώσεις, προδιαγραφές υγιεινής και ασφάλειας, προσέγγιση ατομικού οικονομικού συμφέροντος, προσέγγιση κοινωνικής φροντίδας, προστασία για λόγους αντιποίνων, προστασία για λόγους υγιεινής, στήριξη εθνικών προγραμμάτων πολιτικής, συγκριτικό πλεονέκτημα, συμφωνία για την κλωστοϋφαντουργία και την ένδυση, τελωνειακή ένωση, permission slips, import permits, reciprocity, absolute advantage, welfare effects, negative integration, νon-discrimination, increase in public income, autarky, labor abundant countries, capital abundant countries, general equilibrium models, general agreement on tariffs and trade (gatt), tariff, inter- industry trade , voluntary export restraints, national security, trade balance, intra-business trade, intra-industry trade, labor intensive commodities, capital intensive commodities, subsidies, specialization, free trade zone, positive integration, social welfare functions, ad-valorem tariffs, variable levies, shrinking industries, specific tariffs, textiles and clothing, common market, government procurement., product cycle, rate of transformation, large importing country, large exporting country, large countries, partial equilibrium models, small importing country, small exporting country, small countries, infant industry argument, εconomic integration, terms of trade., gains from trade, world trade organization., most favored nation, multi-fiber agreement, multilateral negotiations, nominal rate of protection, effective rate of protection, quotas, health and security standards, economic self-interest approach, social concerns approach, protection from retaliation, sanitation and health, support to national products, comparative advantage, agreement on textiles and clothing, customs unionel
dc.subject.otherΚλασικός δασμόςel
dc.titleIntroductory Notes to the Theory of International Tradeen
dc.annex.numberΓενική ισορροπίαel
dc.audienceΟικονομική για Διοικητικά Στελέχη (Economics for Managers)el
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