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Help ! I need a course on International Trade ( comparative/absolute advantage , ricardian model etc) . Please let me know if you are aware of some good videos(lectures) on it. Thanks.

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Check the website of WTO(World Trade Organization), they have some free courses.
is it related to the stuff I need ?
Well, i have not gone through the entire course, so not sure if it covers everything. But its worth to have a look once.

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Any idea whether it includes comparative advantage and ricardian model ? Also are there any videos or just the written stuff ? Anyways thanks a lot for the help.
Its a multimedia course :)
USe this link, I guess they are using Ricardian Model. http://www.wto.org/english/res_e/d_learn_e/d_learn_e.htm
okay will check !

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