HI5016 International Trade and Enterprise Assignment
|Unit Details||Name||International Trade and Enterprise|
|Year, Trimester||2023 Trimester 1|
|Assessment Details||Name||Group Assignment|
|Due Date and Week||Friday of Week 10|
|Group Student Details||Student ID||First Name||Family Name||Work Contribution|
|Group Submission Declaration||Integrity Declaration||Student ID||Full Name||Submission Date|
|We have read and understand academic integrity policies and practices and our assessment does not violate these.|
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|Format Instructions||Most assessments must be in MS Word format with no spacing, 11-pt Calibri font and at least 2cm margins on all four sides with appropriate section headings and page numbers.|
You must name your file with the Unit Code and Group Number (e.g. “HI5004 Group 4”).
Check that you submit the correct document as special consideration is not granted if you make a mistake.
Student IDs need to be indicated on the cover page. Non-contributing students do not receive marks.
|Penalties||All work must be submitted on Blackboard by the due date and time along with a completed Assessment Cover Page. Late penalties apply.|
Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference list using Holmes Institute Adapted Harvard Referencing. Penalties are associated with incorrect citation and referencing.
|Purpose of the assessment (with ULO Mapping)||Students are required to work in groups of up to four. While working in a specific group, students are required to apply their knowledge learned in Online Pre-recorded Lectures, Additional Materials and Interactive Tutorial Sessions of this course unit to write are port(LearningOutcomes1,2,3,4).|
Also, students may choose to work alone as a SOLO group (note in BB the conditions of Solo group work).
Written Report of 3000 words (± 10%).
Students must demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of a chosen topic by applying international trade theories and concepts learnt from Week 1 to Week 9. The in-depth analysis of the chosen topic should be supported by data/statistics, figures, tables and relevant literature.In this assignment, students are required to do better than recycle the lecture materials. Students are to research the chosen topic in more depth providing evidence of independent research.
Detailed requirements of the assignment
You are a group of advisors working in Australia’s Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs. As advisors, you are required to write a report covering the following topics, based on the past five years, in which you compare two countries. Each group must choose two countries (not including Australia). This report should provide useful information for the Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs for appropriate strategic decision-making for Australia and multinational enterprises in the country. The report should use a variety of resources, including textbooks, newspapers, industry reports, the ABS website, and other sources.
- Choose any two countries from the list of countries in Appendix 1. For each country, identify an industry or industries in which the chosen countries have a comparative advantage. You must use relevant data/statistics to support your analysis used in the identification.
- Explain the reasons/sources of the comparative advantage in each of the chosen countries.
- Suggest ways to improve the comparative advantage of each country.
- Reasons for the flow of trade and investment, the factors affecting the industry or industries and how Australia can benefit from these countries.
Terms of Trade
- Choose any two countries from the list of countries listed in Annex 1. For each country, analyse its terms-of-trade trend over the last ten years using relevant facts/figures.
- Identify and analyse factors affecting the trend in terms of trade for each of the chosen countries.
- Analyse how the terms of trade affect welfare in the chosen countries.
- Advise the Minister on any benefits from these countries to Australia.
Export Subsidies in Agriculture, Wind/Solar energy industry
- Choose either agriculture or a wind/solar energy industry from any country listed in Annex 1 that currently provides export subsidies to the industries. Discuss the positive and negative aspects of the export subsidies on the country’s economy.
- Evaluate the effects of the export subsidies on the country’s welfare using relevant supporting data/statistics and literature.
- Examine the effects of the subsidies in Australia (Only applies if the country chosen is not Australia. However, if the country is Australia, explain the subsidies’ effects to other countries).
Pattern of Trade
- Choose any two countries from the listed countries in Annex 1. For each country, describe its pattern of trade over the last 30 years using relevant data.
- Identify and analyse factors responsible for a changing trade pattern in the chosen countries.
- In your opinion, discuss if your findings conform with what the trade theories predict.
- Examine the effects of the pattern of trade on Australia.
Group Assessment Plan
File Exchange tool
All the academic papers used in HI5016 International Trade and Enterprise Assignment need to be posted on BB using the File Exchange tool (Instruction on page 5, for further questions and advice, refer to your lecturer). Student needs to highlight the discussion in the academic paper which is relevant to the discussion in the assignment. Academic papers can be found in ProQuest (ProQuest instruction can be found on page 6. The assignment will be marked ZERO if does not include a references list.
How to do group assignment – Instruction
A Group can choose a communication and collaboration tool(s) of their choice. All communication and collaboration tools are already enabled and accessible for any group.
|File Exchange||Group members and instructors can share files in this area. All members can add and delete files, regardless of who added them.|
|Group Blog||In the group area, all members of a group can create entries for the same blog and build on each entry. All course members can read and comment on a group blog, but they can’t make posts unless they are members of the group. Instructors can choose to grade group blogs. All group members receive the same grade.|
|Group Journal||In the group area, all members of a group can view each other’s entries. Only group members and instructors can view a group journal. Instructors can choose to grade group journals. All group members receive the same grade.|
|Send Email||Group members can email individual members or the entire group.|
Exchange files with a group
With file exchange, you can share files with other members of your group, including your instructor.
You can’t create folders in file exchange. With your group, decide how you want to name files so that they are easier to locate in a long list.
Add a file to the file exchange:
- Group Tools > File Exchange > Add File.
- Add a name for the file you want to upload. Browse for the file and submit.
- Delete a file from the file exchange.
- You can delete any file, even if you didn’t upload it. On the File Exchange page, select Delete in the file’s menu.
All the group members can discuss the assignment by using Group Blog. Once you are allocated to a group, you can see this function.
Group > Group Tools > Group Blog > Create Blog Entry.
Note: All the discussion about group assignment needs to be recorded by using the Group Blog tool (Instruction on page 5, for further questions, please advise your lecturer). The discussion must be relevant to the assignment’s content and reflect the group meeting’s outcome.
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|Countries or Country under investigation [5 Marks]||Excellent and precise country or countries background information provided||Very good and precise country background information provided||Good information provided about country or countries under investigation||Some relevant information provided about country or countries under investigation||Little or irrelevant information was provided about the countries under investigation|
|Understanding of the topic Chosen and its significance to International Trade [10 Marks]||Excellent and clear description and understanding of the topic under investigation||A very clear and concise understanding background of the topic||Some clear background on the topic under investigation||Some insight background about the topic with some irrelevancies||Little or no insight on the topic with many irrelevancies|
|Analysis, findings, discussion [10 Marks]||Excellent analysis, findings and discussion provided with clear data, tables and graphs linked to the theory||Very good analysis, findings and discussion provided with clear data, tables and graphs||Good analysis, findings and discussion provided with data and tables||Some relevant analysis, findings and discussion provided with some clear data||Little or irrelevant analysis, findings and discussion provided with no clear data|
|Recommendations and conclusion [5 Marks]||Excellent recommendations that promote international trade recommendations and with a precise conclusion||Very good and precise recommendations promote international trade, and the conclusion||Good recommendations that promote international and conclusion||Little and some relevant recommendations and conclusion||Little or irrelevant recommendations and conclusion|
|The degree of research, the format, structure, presentation, and writing of the report, plus referencing [10 Marks]||Excellent, comprehensive, and relevant research with referencing correctly in all respects. – Meet format requirements to an impeccable standard, including clear structure and headings||Evidence of very good and relevant research with correct referencing.||Evidence of good and relevant research with correct referencing. – Meet format requirements to a good standard, including clear structure and headings||Evidence of reasonable research with some mistakes in referencing. -Meet format requirements to a reasonable standard, but could be improved with a clearer structure and headings||Not good and relevant research with many mistakes in referencing. – May not have followed key question selection guidance or may not meet format requirements, such as clear discussions, titles or headings|