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Graphing Gains From Trade Interactive Practice

 

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New interactive practice tool: This is the perfect interactive to introduce your students to international gains from trade! Students will first identify consumer and producer surplus from domestic trade, then they'll identify consumer and producer surplus from international trade, and finally, they'll tease out the net gains in surplus from international trade.  

This is a perfect way to review consumer and producer surplus and a great activity to use right before introducing winners and losers of international trade and tariffs!

And don't forget – this interactive is part of our International Trade Unit Plan. Check it out.

 



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Academic Level

High School or University

Contributors: 
Mary Clare Peate
Director of Curriculum

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