author：by John McLaren
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McLaren’s International Trade covers all of the conventional theory that students are expected to learn, but presents it in a modern and unique way. Aiming to teach students how to use economic theory instead of merely memorizing economic theory, International Trade introduces each topic with a real-world policy problem followed by the models and theories in an applied approach. This approach encourages more student engagement with the material and fosters a view of model theory as a tool for understanding the world. The text is designed well for undergraduate students but can be used in MBA, and Masters of Public Administration courses in international economics.