Professor Lindsay Oldenski on the GDP Equation
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Globalization's Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries - GeorgetownX - INFX523-01
In this video, guest lecturer Professor Lindsay Oldenski unpacks the GDP equation and how it relates to trade balances, surpluses, and deficits. This video looks at the following key questions: What are the causes of a trade balance surplus, and deficit? What are ways a country can correct a deficit?Learning Objective: Identify the causes of trade deficits and surpluses and the impact of industrial policies.Learning Objective: Identify the causes of balance of payments, deficit or surplus.Learning Objective: Identify ways a country can correct a deficit.Learning Objective: Evaluate the implications of a trade deficit.
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Is Part OfWEEK 4 - Industrial Policy, Unfair Practices, and Trade Deficits
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