This course introduces trade policy and trade policy advocacy from the perspective of exporting enterprises, covering the ways in which trade policy matters to enterprises along different stages of the value chain.
This course introduces participants to trade policy from the perspective of exporting enterprises. It covers the ways in which trade policy matters to enterprises along different stages of the value chain, as well as the ways and reasons in which TSIs influence policy making and reform processes on behalf of enterprises. This requires an understanding of the value chain of exporting enterprises and an ability to recognise the policy instruments that affect each part of the value chain.
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After completing this course, participants will be able to:
Participants who meet the course requirements will receive a Certificate of Completion issued in electronic format.
Lecture 1: Introduction to Trade Policy
Lecture 2: Trade Policy Instruments
Case Study 1: it serves as the assessment for this course
Lecture 3: The Role of the TSI
Case Study 2: it serves as the assessment for this course
- Tutor: Giles Chappell
- Tutor: Ana Coelho
- Tutor: Devika Rajeev