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国际贸易学

(主讲教师:范爱军)

 

 

 

前序课程: 国际经济学

 

课程介绍:

本课程为山东大学经济学院为本科生开设的专业课程。主要讲解国际贸易的基本理论和基本政策。全课程主要内容包括:国际分工与国际市场;国际价值与国际市场价格;自由贸易理论与保护贸易理论;各类国际贸易政策与措施,包括关税措施、非关税壁垒措施、出口鼓励措施与出口管制措施;世界贸易组织(WTO)与地区经济一体化问题;国际服务贸易、国际技术贸易及知识产权保护;对外贸易发展战略;中国的对外贸易体制。本课程既全面讲授传统贸易理论,也重点对现代西方国际贸易最新理论进行介绍和分析,使学生通过本课程学习能够奠定扎实的国际贸易理论基础。

 

考核方法:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

期末考试成绩占总成绩的70%,平时作业成绩占总成绩的30%

教材及参考书目:

1.范爱军主编:《国际贸易学》科学出版社,2009年。

2.薛荣久主编:《国际贸易》对外贸易教育出版社,2004年。

3.保罗.克鲁格曼:《国际经济学》中国人民大学出版社,2005年。

 

教学内容:

1周:讲解国际贸易学导论。国际贸易学的研究对象。国际贸易的各种基本概念和特点。国际贸易与经济发展的相互关系。

读参考

1.罗伯特.J.凯伯:《国际经济学》机械工业出版社,2005年。

2.Bhagwati, J. N. and T.N. Srinivasan, Lectures on International Trade. Second edition. MIT Press, 1983.

 

2周:讲解国际贸易的历史与现状。国际贸易发展的历史。当代国际贸易的新特点。我国进出口贸易的发展状况。

读参考

1.王俊宜:《国际贸易》(刘伟、魏杰主编“北大清华学经济”丛书之一)中国发展出版社,2003年;

2.Dixit, A. K. and V. Norman, Theory of International Trade: A Dual, General Equilibrium Approach. Cambridge University Press, 1980.

 

3周:讲解对外贸易发展战略。进口替代与出口导向。

阅读参考:

1.斯蒂格利茨:《经济学》中国人民大学出版社,2000年;

2.Bhagwati, J. N. (ed.), International Trade: Selected Reading. Second edition. MIT Press, 1987.

 

4周:讲解对外贸易的经营管理体制。

阅读参考:

1.亚蒂什.巴格瓦蒂等著,王根蓓译《高级国际贸易学》上海财经大学出版社,2004年。

2.Grossman, G. M. (ed.), Imperfect Competition and International Trade: Selected Readings. MIT Press, 1992.

 

5周:讲解国际分工与世界市场。影响国际分工与世界市场产生和发展的因素。当代国际分工与世界市场的新特点。影响商品国际价值量变化的因素。价值规律在国际贸易中的作用。

阅读参考:

1.郝国胜等著《新编国际经济学》清华大学出版社,2003年。

2.Helpman E. and P. Krugman, Market Structure and Foreign Trade: Increasing Returns, Imperfect Competition and the International Economy. MIT Press, 1985.

 

6周:讲解西方国际贸易理论(上)。贸易差额论、绝对成本论

阅读参考:

1.保罗.克鲁格曼:《国际经济学》中国人民大学出版社,2002年;

2.Helpman, E. and P. Krugman, Trade Policy and Market Structure. MIT Press, 1989.

 

7周:讲解西方国际贸易理论(上)。比较成本论、相互需求论

阅读参考:

1.藤田昌久、保罗.克鲁格曼著,梁琦主译《空间经济学——城市、区域与国际贸易》,中国人民大学出版社,2005年。

2.Choi, E. K. and J. Harrigan, eds. Handbook of International Trade. Blackwell. 2003.

 

8周:讲解西方国际贸易理论(中)。资源赋予论、里昂惕夫反论、战后国际贸易理论。

阅读参考:

1.薛敬孝《当代日本产业结构研究》天津人民出版社,2002年。

2.Greenaway, D. (ed.), Current Issues in International Trade. Second edition. MacMillan Press, 1996.

 

9周:讲解西方国际贸易理论(下)。保护贸易论、超保护贸易论、保护贸易新论、战略性贸易政策理论。

阅读参考:

1.Feenstra, R.C., Advanced International Trade: Theory and Evidence. Princeton University Press, 2003.

2.Jones, R.W. and P. B. Kenen (eds.), Handbook of International Economics, Vol. I. Amsterdam, North Holland, 1984.

 

10周:课堂讨论。讨论题:西方贸易理论对现实外贸政策的制定有什么意义?

阅读参考:

1.Grossman, G. M. and K. Rogoff (eds.), Handbook of International Economics, Vol. III, Amsterdam, North Holland, 1995.

2.Krugman, P. R., Rethinking International Trade. MIT Press, 1994.

 

11周:讲解关税措施。关税的种类。征收关税的方法。海关税则。关税的经济效应。

阅读参考:

1.王普光等:《关税理论政策与实务》,对外经贸大学出版社,1999年。

2.Krugman, P. R. (ed.), Strategic Trade Policy and the New International Economics. MIT Press, 1986.

 

12周:讲解非关税壁垒措施。讲解非关税壁垒的特点和种类。非关税壁垒措施的实施对国内外经济发展会产生些什么影响?

阅读参考:

1.Grossman, G. M. and E. Helpman, Innovation and Growth in the Global Economy. MIT Press, 1991.

2.Vousden, N. , The Economics of Trade Protection. Cambridge University Press, 1990.

 

13周:讲解出口鼓励与出口管制措施。鼓励出口的政策。经济特区的种类。出口管制的商品和方式。

阅读参考:

1.(美)保罗.克鲁格曼:《国际经济学》中国人民大学出版社。

2.Ethier, W.J., Modern International Economics. Third edition, New York: W.W. Norton, 1995.

 

14周:讲解世界贸易组织。关税与贸易总协定、世界贸易组织的建立、职能和机构、世界贸易组织的基本原则、中国与WTO的关系。

阅读参考:

1.(美)约翰·H·杰克逊 著  张乃根 译  《世界贸易体制》  复旦大学出版社,上海 ,2001

2.(英)布瑞恩·麦克唐纳 著  叶兴国等 译  《世界贸易体制》  上海人民出版社,上海 ,2002

 

15周:讲解跨国公司与国际贸易。跨国公司内国际贸易迅速增长的原因。公司内国际贸易的内部化理论。

阅读参考:

1.滕维藻主编《跨国公司战略管理》上海人民出版社,1992年。

2.Krugman, P. and M. Obstfeld, International Economics: Theory and Policy. Sixth edition. Addison Wesley Company, 2004.

 

16周:讲解地区经济一体化与国际贸易。地区经济一体化趋势加强的原因。关税同盟理论、大市场理论和协议性国际分工理论。地区经济一体化对国际贸易有哪些影响?

阅读参考:

1.Leamer, E. E., Sources of International Comparative Advantage. MIT Press, 1984.

2.Feenstra, R. (ed.), Empirical Methods for International Trade. MIT Press, 1988.

 

17周:讲解国际服务贸易。中国及全球的国际服务贸易发展概况。当代服务贸易高速发展的原因。《服务贸易总协定》的主要内容。

阅读参考:

1.Markusen, J. R., J. R.Melvin, W. M. Kaempfer and K. Maskus: International Trade: Theory and Evidence. McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 1995.

2.Bowen, H. P., A. Hollander, and J. M. Viaene, Applied International Trade Analysis. University of Michigan Press, 1998.

 

18周:期末考试

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(英文稿)

 

山大校标2 拷贝international trade

Professor Aijun Fan

 

 

 

Prerequisite: international economics

 

introduction:

The course is offered to undergraduate students in School of Economics, Shandong University by systematically introducing to them the theory as well as the policy of international trade. Generally, the contents include but are not restricted to: International Specialization and the World Market; International Value and the World Market Prices; Laissez-faire Trade Theory and the International Trade Protection; Various International Trade Policies and Counter Measures among which there are Tariff Barriers, Non-tariff Barriers, Encouraging or Restrictive Export Measures; WTO and the Integration of the Regional Economy; International Service Trade, Technology Trade and the Protection of International Property Rights; Trade Strategy; Foreign Trade Regime of China. While giving a comprehensive lecture of the traditional trade theory, this course also delivers a generic introduction and analysis to the foremost leading advances of international trade in western countries, so that the participants could lay a solid foundation in this field of expertise via this course.

 

Evaluation:

Regular assignments (30%)

Final examination (70%)

Recommended Textbook:

1.      Aijun Fan(ed.), International Trade, Science Press, 2009;

2.      Rongjiu Xue(ed.), International Trade, Foreign Trade Education Press, 2009;

3.      P. Krugman, International Economics, Renmin University of China Press, 2005

 

Schedule:

Week 1Introduction. Subjects of International Trade. Various Kinds of Basic Concepts and Features of International Trade. Relationships between International Trade and Economic Development.

References:

1.Robert J. Carbaugh, International Economics, China Machine Press, 2005;

2.Bhagwati, J. N. And T.N. Srinivasan, Lectures on International Trade. Second edition. MIT Press, 1983.

 

Week 2: History and Current Situation of International Trade. History of International Trade. New Characteristics of Modern International Trade. Current Situation of China’s Import and Export Trade.

References:

1.Junyi Wang, International Trade (one of the series of “The Economics Textbook of Peking University and Tsinghua University” by Wei Liu and Jie Wei) China Development Press, 2003;

2.Dixit, A. K. And V. Norman, Theory of International Trade: A Dual, General Equilibrium Approach. Cambridge University Press, 1980.

 

Week 3: Development Strategy of Foreign Trade. Import Substitution and Export Orientation

References:

1.Joseph E. Stiglitz, Economics, Renmin University of China Press, 2000;

2.Bhagwati, J. N. (ed.), International Trade: Selected Readings. Second edition. MIT Press, 1987.

 

Week 4: Management Regime of Foreign Trade

References:

1.Jagdish N. Bhagwati, Advanced International Trade, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Press, 2004;

2.Grossman, G. M. (ed.), Imperfect Competition and International Trade: Selected Readings. MIT Press, 1992.

 

Week 5:  International Specialization and the World Market. Factors Influencing the Emergence and Development of International Specialization World Market. New Characteristics of Modern International Specialization and World Market. Factors Influencing the Change of International Value of Goods. The Effects of Law of Value in International Trade.

References:

1.GuoshengHao, International Economics, Tsinghua University Press, 2003;

2.Helpman E. and P. Krugman, Market Structure and Foreign Trade: Increasing Returns, Imperfect Competition and the International Economy. MIT Press, 1985.

 

Week 6: International trade theories in western countries (Part A): Theory of the Balance of Trade, Theory of Absolute Cost.

References:

1. Paul R. Krugman, International Economics, Renmin University of China Press, 2002;

2. Helpman, E. and P. Krugman, Trade Policy and Market Structure. MIT Press, 1989.

 

Week 7: International trade theories in western countries (Part A): Theory of Comparative Cost, Theory of Reciprocal Demand.

References:

1. Fujita Masahisa, Paul R. Krugman, The Spatial Economy: Cites, Regions and International Trade, Renmin University of China Press, 2005;

2. Choi, E. K. and J. Harrigan, eds. Handbook of International Trade, Blackwell, 2003.

 

Week 8: International trade theories in western countries (Part B): Hecker-Ohlin Theory, Leontief Paradox, and international trade theories after World War II.

References:

1. Jingxiao Xue, Study of Contemporary Japanese Industrial Structure, Tientsin People’s Press;

2. Greenaway, D. (ed.), Current Issues in International Trade. Second edition. MacMillan Press, 1996.

 

Week 9: International trade theories in western countries (Part C): Protectionism, Ultra-Protectionism, New Protectionism, Strategic Trade Policy Theory.

References:

1. Feenstra, R.C., Advanced International Trade: Theory and Evidence, Princeton University Press, 2003;

2. Jones, R.W. and P. B. Kenen (eds.), Handbook of International Economics, Vol. I. Amsterdam, North Holland, 1984.

 

Week 10: Class discussion: What is the point of learning international trade theory in western countries? How could it shed light on the formulation of current trade policy?

References:

1. Grossman, G. M. and K. Rogoff (eds.), Handbook of International Economics, Vol. III, Amsterdam, North Holland, 1995;

2. Krugman, P. R., Rethinking International Trade. MIT Press, 1994.

 

Week 11: Tariff: the categories of tariff, the methods of imposing tariff, Custom Tariff Regulations, the economic effect of tariff.

References:

1. Puguang Wang, etc., Policy and Practice of Tariff Theory, University of International Business and Economics Press, 1999;

2. Krugman, P. R. (ed.), Strategic Trade Policy and the New International Economics, MIT Press, 1986.

 

Week 12: Non-Tariff Barriers: the characters and categories of NTB. What is the effect of the non-tariff barriers to the domestic and overseas economic development?

Referrences:

1.Grossman, G. M. and E. Helpman, Innovation and Growth in the Global Economy, MIT Press, 1991;

2.Vousden, N., The Economics of Trade Protection, Cambridge University Press, 1990.

 

Week 13: Export Encouraging Measures and Export Restriction Measures: Export Encouraging Policies, categories of Special Economic Zone, commodities and methods of Export Control.

References:

1. Paul R. Krugman, International Economics, Renmin University of China Press, 2002;

2.Ethier, W.J., Modern International Economics. Third edition, New York: W.W. Norton, 1995.

 

Week 14: World Trade Organization: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, the foundation of the WTO, the WTO’s function and Structure, the WTO’S fundamental Principle, China and the WTO.

References:

1. John H. Jackson, World Trade System, Fudan University Press, 2001

2. Brian Macdonald, World Trade System, Shanghai People’s Press, 2002

 

Week 15: Transnational Corporations and International Trade: the reason of the rapid growth of trade in transnational corporations, the theory of interiorization of trade in international company.

References:

1. Weizao Teng (ed.), Strategic management of international company, Shanghai People’s Press, 1992;

2. Krugman, P. and M. Obstfeld, International Economics: Theory and Policy, Sixth edition. Addison Wesley Company, 2004.

 

Week 16: Regional Economic Integration and International Trade: the reason why the trend of Regional Economic Integration is being intensified, Theory of Tariff Union(Zollverein), Theory of Big Market, and Theory of International Consultative Division of Labor. What are the effects of the Regional Economic Integration to the international trade?

References:

1. Leamer, E. E., Sources of International Comparative Advantage, MIT Press, 1984;

2. Feenstra, R. (ed.), Empirical Methods for International Trade, MIT Press, 1988.

 

Week 17: International Service Trade: Introduction of the development of the international service trade of China and the world, the reason why the international service trade develops rapidly today, and the primary contents of the General Agreement on Trade in Service.

References:

1. Markusen, J. R., J. R. Melvin, W. M. Kaempfer and K. Maskus: International Trade: Theory and Evidence, McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 1995.

2. Bowen, H. P., A. Hollander, and J. M. Viaene, Applied International Trade Analysis, University of Michigan Press, 1998.

Week 18: Final Exam.