- Globalisation and internationalism in the agribusiness sector
- The economic theories of trade, protectionism and market access, the analysis of tariffs and quotas
- The economics of trade blocks and the CAP of the European Union
- Subsidies and principles of commodity trading.
To achieve credits for this module students must be able to:
- Demonstrate a detailed knowledge of international business applied to the agribusiness and food sectors, and an awareness of the variety of ideas/ contexts/frameworks applied to it
- Demonstrate an ability to apply the theories of international trade to given real world agricultural scenarios
- Evaluate the impact of recent changes in EU agricultural policy
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Students should be familiar with the content of at least one of the following:
- Daniels, J.D., Raudebaugh, L. and Sullivan, D. (2012), International Business: environments and operations. 14th ed. Pearson.
- Hill, C.W.L (2012) International Business: competing in the global market place. Global Edition.