Introduction to the Law and Policy of the Global Trading System
This program comprises twelve individual models, each of which will focus on a different aspect of the global trading system. We are currently developing these modules and expect to finish sometime in the next 2 months. Click on any of the individual modules as they become available to download them in PowerPoint presentation-format. We hope that learners will find these modules both informative and entertaining. Each module contains slides, links to further reading (either on Wikipedia or to downloadable PDFs), embedded short videos on select topics, and questions for learners to think about. 
 
This course will also be offered on other platforms such as SlideShare, iTunesU, as a downloadable tablet or smart-phone app, as well as (eventually) as an interactive textbook. As always, we welcome your questions and feedback about the course and its contents, which can be sent to us at citi@uph.edu.
 

MODULE 1 - GLOBALIZATION
This is the first of a 12 module series on the law and policy of the global trading system. This module focuses on globalization, the theories of absolute and comparative advantage, the gains from trade, and restates three simple principles of trade policy.

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MODULE 2 - ESTABLISHING A NEW ECONOMIC ORDER
This is the second of a 12 module series on the law and policy of the global trading system.  This module focuses on the history behind the formation of the post-WWII economic order, including the Bretton Woods institutions but  mostly on the policy imperatives that lead to the creation of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade in 1948.

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MODULE 3 - MARKET ACCESS IN THE WTO
This is the third of a 12 module series on the law and policy of the global trading system.  This module focuses on the issue of market access in the WTO, especially on tariff and non-tariff measures often used by countries.

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