I BUS 490 - 1 credit course open to all students (fwd)
rroth at u.washington.edu
Fri Sep 17 07:17:48 PDT 1999
Richard Roth rroth at u.washington.edu
Assistant to the Chair voice: 206.543.3246
Department of Geography fax: 206.543.3313
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
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Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 16:50:38 -0700 (PDT)
From: William Jackson <willj at u.washington.edu>
To: advisers at u.washington.edu
Subject: I BUS 490 - 1 credit course open to all students
IBUS 490 prepares UW students to talk about the World Trade Organization
with middle school and high school audiences. In particular, the students
will explore different countries' perspectives on international trade
disputes and the role played by the WTO dispute resolution process.
Student visits to middle schools and high schools will be organized by the
WTO Student Ambassador Program, which is co-sponsored by the University of
Washington Center for International Business Education and Research and
the World Affairs Council Global Classroom Program.
Students from any university unit are welcome to take this course.
To participate in the program students should register for
IBUS 490 "World Trade Organization" -- SLN 9029
(If you are not a Business School student, contact
Pam Tomaino for an entry code. She can be reached at
the Department of Marketing and International Business,
543-4369 or by e-mail at pamst at u.)
IBUS 490 is a one credit course, graded on a credit/no credit
basis. In order to receive credit, you will be expected
to do at least one school presentation or to write a
research paper on an international trade dispute.
The class meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5:20 in
Course topics include a background on international
trade disputes, the evolution of the World Trade
Organization and its dispute resolution process, and
case studies of disputes such as US apples in Japan,
Mexican tuna fishing and dolphins, and European complaints
about beef hormones.
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