Governmental Influence on Trade / Trade protectionism
is a lecture which is covered during International Business Module for bachelor/master level students.
A government’s political objectives are sometimes at odds with its economic proposals to improve a nation’s market efficiency and international competitiveness. This Lecture begins by discussing the reasons why and the ways in which governments intervene in the international trade process. It then examines the economic and the noneconomic effects of those actions upon participants in that process. Finally, the lecture considers the principle instruments of trade control, including both tariffs and nontariff barriers, and concludes with a discussion of ways in which firms can deal with adverse trading conditions both at home and abroad.
Lecture Learning Objectives:
- Explain why governments try to enhance and restrict trade
- Show the effects of pressure groups on trade policies
- Compare the potential and actual effects of governmental intervention on the free flow of trade
- Illustrate the major means by which trade is restricted and regulated
- Demonstrate the business uncertainties and business opportunities created by governmental trade policies
- Discern how businesses may respond to import competition
- Fathom how the growing complexity of products and trade regulations may affect future competition
In this file you will find:
- 1 Governmental Influence on Trade / Trade protectionism 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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