سودا (trade) , ماهی (fish)
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اسلاید پاورپوینت: سودا (trade) ، ماهی (fish) و نارگیل (coconut)…

 

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● TEKS
● Teaching the Terms
● Pizza and Rugs Activity
● Why trade?
● Absolute Advantage
● Comparative Advantage
● Sources of Comparative Advantage
● Who could object?
● Barriers to Trade
● Tariff
● Quota
● Export Subsidy
● Product Standards
● Trade Agreements
● GATT
● WTO
● What is the WTO?
● Regional Trade Agreements

نوع زبان : انگلیسی حجم : ۰٫۶۵ مگا بایت
نوع فایل : اسلاید پاورپوینت تعداد اسلایدها: ۲۷ صفحه
زمان استخراج مطلب : ۲۰۱۸/۱۱/۰۲ ۰۷:۱۵:۴۷ پسوند فایل : pptx

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session ۷ international trade comparative advantage and trade barriers disclaimer the views expressed are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect those of the federal reserve bank of dallas or the federal reserve system. teks ۳ economics. the student understands the reasons for international trade and its importance to the united states and the global economy. the student is expected to a explain the concepts of absolute and comparative advantages b apply the concept of comparative advantage to explain why and how countries trade and c analyze the impact of u.s. imports and exports on the united states and its trading partners. ۴ economics. the student understands the issues of free trade and the effects of trade barriers. the student is expected to a compare the effects of free trade and trade barriers on economic activities evaluate the benefits and costs of participation in international free trade agreements teaching the terms absolute advantage comparative advantage opportunity cost factor endowments imports exports tariffs quotas subsidies pizza and rugs activity why trade all trade is voluntary people trade because they believe that they will be better off by trading so why do people trade people trade because they believe that they will be better off by trading than by not trading imagine what life would look like without trade. we would have to produce all the goods and services we use by ourselves. we would wind up spending all of our time just trying to produce the things necessary for survival. when we trade we don’t have to produce everything for ourselves. we can focus our efforts on producing those goods and services we are best suited for. we then trade with others for the goods and services we need. international trade is very similar to trading domestically. we produce those goods and services we are best suited at and trade with other nations for the goods and services they are best suited at producing. so again we ask why trade ۵ absolute advantage the natural advantages which one country has over another in producing particular commodities are sometimes so great that it is acknowledged by all the world to be in vain to struggle with them. adam smith in wealth of nations book iv chapter ۲ comparative advantage david ricardo extended the ideas of adam smith nations could benefit from trade based on comparative advantage not just absolute advantage comparative advantage refers to a country’s ability to produce a good at a lower opportunity cost than another country sources of comparative advantage differences in technology differences in climate differences in factor endowments factors of production – land labor and capital factor intensity – the factor that is used intensively in production heckscher ohlin model heckscher ohlin – countries will export goods that intensively use the resources that the country has in abundance leontief paradox – revealed that the u.s. exports skill intensive production ۸ imagine an island with only two trees but lots of boats. the islanders produce two goods coconuts and fish. a nearby island has many trees but it has very few boats. initially there is no contact between the islands. however a new navigational device will soon allow shipments between the islands. what will happen island has only two trees but lots of boats – leads to cheap fish and expensive coconuts in autarky. trade with a new island with lots of trees and few boats expensive fish and cheap coconuts . on our island results in cheap fish being exported. this is great for the boat owners the boats are at sea ۷ days a week etc. good for sailors and fishers lots of work. new markets cause the price of fish to rise. on the other hand the expensive coconuts no longer look very attractive. faced with competition from producers from the other island coconut production declines. tree climbers might eventually learn to sail but not right away. the value of owning coconut trees is diminished. ۹ only two trees → expensive domestic coconuts before trade imported foreign coconuts are cheap domestic price of coconuts ↓ with trade lots of boats → cheap domestic fish before trade new export markets for fish increases demand domestic price of fish ↑ with trade island has only two trees but lots of boats – leads to cheap fish and expensive coconuts in autarky. trade with a new island with lots of trees and few boats expensive fish and cheap coconuts . on our island results in cheap fish being exported. this is great for the boat owners the boats are at sea ۷ days a week etc. good for sailors and fishers lots of work. new markets cause the price of fish to rise. on the other hand the expensive coconuts no longer look very attractive. faced with competition from producers from the other island coconut production declines. tree climbers might eventually learn to sail but not right away. the value of owning coconut trees is diminished. ۱ who cares about the price of coconuts people who own trees land people who climb trees labor who cares about the price of fish people who own boats capital people who sail and fish labor island has only two trees but lots of boats – leads to cheap fish and expensive coconuts in autarky. trade with a new island with lots of trees and few boats expensive fish and cheap coconuts . on our island results in cheap fish being exported. this is great for the boat owners the boats are at sea ۷ days a week etc. good for sailors and fishers lots of work. new markets cause the price of fish to rise. on the other hand the expensive coconuts no longer look very attractive. faced with competition from producers from the other …

کلمات کلیدی پرکاربرد در این اسلاید پاورپوینت: سودا (trade), ماهی (fish), نارگیل (coconut), قایقرانی کردن (boat), آبخست (island), شجره (tree), مزیت (advantage), بقطعات بسی (lot), ارزان قیمت (cheap), ثمین (expensive), حاصل (produce),

این فایل پاورپوینت شامل ۲۷  اسلاید و به زبان انگلیسی و حجم آن ۰٫۶۵ مگا بایت است. نوع قالب فایل pptx بوده که با این لینک قابل دانلود است. این مطلب برگرفته از سایت زیر است و مسئولیت انتشار آن با منبع اصلی می باشد که در تاریخ ۲۰۱۸/۱۱/۰۲ ۰۷:۱۵:۴۷ استخراج شده است.

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