Cross-National Cooperation and Agreements
is a lecture which is covered during International Business Module for bachelor/master level students.
Regional economic integration represents a relatively new phenomenon in the history of world trade and investment. This lecture first examines the roles of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the World Trade Organization in determining the ground rules of the world trade environment. It then introduces the basic types of economic integration and explores the potential effects of the process. Next it examines in detail both the European Union (its structure and its operations) and the North American Free Trade Agreement and briefly describes a variety of other regional economic groups. The lecture concludes with a discussion of various commodity agreements and producer alliances, including the Organization for Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Lecture Learning Objectives:
- Identify the major characteristics and challenges of the World Trade Organization
- Discuss the pros and cons of global, bilateral, and regional integration
- Describe the static and dynamic impact of trade agreements on trade and investment flows
- Define different forms of regional economic integration
- Compare and contrast different regional trading groups
- Describe other forms of global cooperation, such as the United Nations and OPEC
In this file you will find:
- 1 Cross-National Cooperation and Agreements Lecture Power Point Presentation
- 1 Guide file how to conduct Lecture
- 1 Test Bank with 100 different questions and full answer to them with the descriptions and explanations
- 4 Interesting Exercises for Seminar
- 8 Interesting Discussion Questions and answers to them
- 1 additional reading file about the lecture topic in order to enhance Lecturer/Teacher/Student knowledge
- 1 folder with useful pictures
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