Third year, second semester, 3 lectures and 2 tutorials per week
ECO2003F and ECO2004S or international equivalent
This course is a simulation of a multi-national, multilateral trade negotiating round, based on the ‘Doha agenda’. Students representing countries, based on random assignment, and, after researching their country's trade policies and interests, participate in supervised negotiations simulating the World Trade Organization bargaining and treaty-making process. The course is partly web-based, using a special site and resources on the Vula interface. There is no sit-down examination, butstudents submit substantial final reports that are externally examined and have equivalent status to an examination.
Projects and Classwork 55%
Final Research Report 45%
All tutorials and class tests to be attended.
There is no final exam for this course. The Final Research Report replaces the final exam. There is no supplementary exam (Report) for this course. Course information, such as the dates, times and venues of lectures, tutorials and tests, and of the prescribed and recommended books will be posted on the School of Economics notice board at the beginning of the semester.
Last updated : 27 Mar 2017