HI5016 International Trade and Enterprise 2

HI5016 International Trade and Enterprise

HI5016 International Trade and Enterprise

HI5016 International Trade and Enterprise

Topics for 1st Research Paper: DUE Week 6

  1. Globalization
  • Countries/Industries affected
  • Positive cases
  • Negative cases
  • Some facts and figures are required with your analysis


  1. Terms of Trade


  1. Subsidies in Agriculture, Car industry and    Solar energy/wind
  • Positive aspects
  • Negative aspects
  • 2 to 3 countries and 1 or 2 industries


  1. Small countries with less population and GDP have been benefited with trade
  • 2 to 3 countries
  • Industries
  • Effect on GDP/Standard of living


  1. Comparative advantage
  • Explain the reasons
  • 2 to 3 countries and 1 to 2 industries
  • Some facts and figures

Suggestion on how to approach the research paper

If you choose a topic on Globalization, for example, you need to do research on this topic and write a report which will analyse how Globalization is affecting the countries and/or companies in their pursuit of market expansion or market share or profitability. You need to elaborate on both sides of the arguments as which countries/industries are winning and which countries/industries are losing or have not enjoyed the benefits of Globalization.

To do this, you will need to research at least 5 to 10 sources /articles for your paper. Simply cut and paste from Google is not acceptable. Academic research is the key to get good marks with proper references (APA style or Harvard Business).


  • More marks for research – choosing a good article on something specific
  • At least 4 to 6 articles on your topic besides facts and figures
  • More marks for application and your comments on the topic in introduction and conclusion

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