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PADM 5115: Introduction to State and Society
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PADM 5213: Gender and Public Policy
PADM 5214 Budgetary Policy in the Public Sector
PADM 5215 Benefit-Cost Analysis
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PADM 5221: Health Policy in Canada
PADM 5223: Economic Policy in Canada
PADM 5224 Aboriginal Policy - The North
PADM 5225: Trade Policy
PADM 5229: The Health of Populations
PADM 5272: Risk Assessment and Management
PADM 5411 Organization Theory
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PADM 5415 Strategic Management in the Public Sector
PADM 5416: Budget Management for the Public Sector
PADM 5417 Principles of Finance
PADM 5418 Human Resource Management
PADM 5420: Policy & Program Evaluation
PADM 5421: Globalizing Public Management - Measuring and Monitoring Governance
PADM 5422 Urban and Local Government Management
PADM 5423: Third Sector Governance and Management
PADM 5472: Managing Policy and Process in a Federal Government Policy Organization
PADM 5472: Technology and Public Administratin
PADM 5472: The Politics of Management: Thinking like a Manager
PADM 5510: Energy Economics
PADM 5515: Sustainable Energy Policy
PADM 5614: Natural Resource Management
PADM 5615: Policy and Politics of Energy in Canada
PADM 5618: Environmental and Ecological Economics
PADM 5672: Innovation Policy
PADM 5813 The Evolution of World Bank/IMF Policy
PADM 5814 Program and Project Management
PADM 5815: Civil Society Organizations and Development
PADM 5816 Program Evaluation in Developing Countries
PADM 5818 Theories of Development

 

Carleton University - School of Public Policy and Administration

PADM-5225: Trade Policy

DescriptionThe objective of this course is to provide an understanding of several topics relevant to international trade policy. These include the welfare consequences of policies affecting trade flows as suggested by economic theory; the multilateral agreements that regulate trade policy; and some of the current issues important to the future of those agreements. Given the impact of international trade upon many areas of public policy, the course will be of use to many students who are preparing for careers in or with government. A working knowledge of economics at the level of PADM 5111 and PADM 5112 is expected.

Faculty: Calum Carmichael (Fall 2012)

Source: Syllabus downloaded from  http://carleton.ca/sppa/academics/course-information/2012-fall-course-outlines/ (accessed 6 January 2014)

 

Teaching Topics Addressed in this Course, Organized by Public Policy and Management Subject

[TO BE DEVELOPED]

 

Commentary by the Atlas editors: The class titles provide excellent candidates for teaching topic to be developed:

  • Differences in comparative advantage tied to factor proportions (Heckscher-Ohlin, Ricardo-Viner Models)

  • Scale economies without and with agglomeration

  • Trade Policy Tools: Tariffs, Quotas and Subsidies

  • Arguments for and against using trade policy tools

  • Multilateral Agreements to Regulate Trade

  • General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)

  • General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)

  • Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs)

  • Fair trade: labour and environmental standards

  • Preferential Trade Agreements

Page created by: Ian Clark, 6 January 2014. The content presented on this page, except in the Commentary, is drawn directly from the source(s) cited above, and consists of direct quotations or close paraphrases.

 

 Syllabus

201230-5225F_Carmichael.pdf201230-5225F_Carmichael

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