Lessons on International Trade and Policy [S-19-34]
|Location:||SUNY: Maxcy 104|
|Classes:||2 Sessions 1.5 hours|
|Dates:||Fri 10:00 AM 04/12, 04/19|
In these lectures, you will learn about international trade and how different policies affect the flow of goods and services across borders. Nations are strategically interlinked; because of that, trade policies can trigger reactions from other nations. We will look into those strategic interactions and the consequences of imposing import tariffs, quotas, or export subsidies, on our economy, on the global economy, and on the trade relationship among nations and their people.
Luciana Echazú received her Ph.D. from The University of Memphis in 2007. She joined Clarkson University in the fall of 2007 and in January of 2018, she was appointed Associate Dean of Programs and Operations at the David D. Reh School of Business. With a solid background in game theory, her main research interests include work in new trade theory. A common thread in her research is the examination of strategic behavior in different settings. Dr. Echazú has coauthored papers with colleagues and presented her own work at several national academic conferences, along with publishing in journals, and writing book reviews. She received the “Distinguished Teaching Award” at Clarkson, as well as and many other recognitions and awards.