Tourism and International Relations - Module 3HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
£ 4.000 - (4.752 €)
- An 9 Standorten
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
The short content of the course:
- Globalization as increasing worldwide integration of communications, culture, and economics
- Globalization and national culture
- Globalization and financial risk management
- The emergence of the World Trade Agreement (WTA)
- The World Trade Organisation (WTO)
- Dumping, anti-dumping and anti-subsidy: Introduction
- Detecting and validating dumping
- Dumping and counter countervailing measures
- China and India and WTO: Cases in points
- The sunset agreement
- United State and Britain: The cold trade world
- The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
- The General Agreement of Trade in Services (GATS)
- The inspection of GATS
- The objectives of GATS
- International participation in GATS
- Services covered by GATS
- Opposition to GATS
- Who are the main beneficiaries of GATS
- GATS and National and International frontiers
- GATS and National Sovereignty
- GATS and National Security
- The case of US port (P and O ferries) and the (Dubai ports authority)
- GATS and the US stance
- Accommodating GATS: The European prospective
- GATS and national markets in infiltration
- The UK's attribute to GATS
The objectives of the course:
- Internalize the phenomenon of globalization as, even though controversial, might be explained as the increasing worldwide integration in communications, culture, and economics;
- Define Globalization in relation to the increasing worldwide integration of communications, culture, and economics
- Take a lead in the current debate relating to globalization and national culture, specifically how one might support or distract from the advancement or maintenance of the other;
- Explain the inception of the World Trade Agreement (WTA) and the prospect that it was seem to have held at that time.
- Give a brief explanation of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and the level of the current membership.
- Explain what dumping means and how it's viewed by host nations.
- Conversant with the sunset agreement and its implications for the parties involved.
- Demonstrate a heightened understanding of the pre-existing and persistent trade war between United States and the United Kingdoms.
- Indicate the requirement for detecting and validating dumping.
- Provide cases to support their explanation of countervailing dumping measures.
- Use the relationship between China and India on the one hand on the majority of the WTO membership, on the other.
- Explain the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and the primary objectives of its establishments.
- Demonstrate an understanding of GATT and analysis the winners and losers.
- Explain the progress towards and obstacles affecting a unitary GATT system.
- List at least five services covered by the General Agreement of Trade in Services (GATS).
- Outline the inspection of GATS and its effectiveness.
- List the main objectives of GATS and the extend to which they have so far been achieved.
- List at least 10 participants of GATS agreement.
- Explain the main rationale to the current opposition to GATS.
- Propose a strategy for protecting National and International frontiers, whiles insuring continuing participations in GATS.
- Suggest how National Sovereignty might be protected in the light of the GATS.
- Use cases to illustrate the conflict that persists between National Security and free service promotion under GATS.
- Use the case of US Ports Authority (P and O Ferries) and the (Dubai Ports Authority) to support the nation that there is some element of protectionism in the international service trade agreement under GATS.
- Evaluate the US Stance towards GATS particularly in the light of the Cancun.
- Chart the progression of GATS in Europe, particularly evaluating the international free trade of (GATS) within original free trade (EC).
- Debate GATS vs. market in infiltration.
- Illustrate UK's attribute towards GATS, drawing conclusions as to wither she is at odes with the rest of Europe