The Lost of Religion

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‎1-ما أهمية قياس التداخل المحلي – الدولي بالنسبة للإقتصاد و كيف ينعكس ذلك على استقلالية او تبعية الاقتصاد المعني ، و ما هي أهم المؤشرات التي تستخدم في هذا المجال ؟
2. إشرح بالتفصيل أهمية التداخل المحلي – الدولي موضحا أهمية و صيغة مؤشر الانكشاف الاقتصادي مع ذكر ابرز التحفظات التي وردت على هذا المؤشر ؟
3. كيف تقسم مراحل تطور الاقتصاد الدولي ؟ و ما ي معالم الفكر الذي يؤطر كل مرحلة ؟
4. مالمقصود بالفكر الميركانتيلي ، و متى ازدهر هذا الفكر و ما علاقته بنشوء و تطور الاقتصاد الدولي ؟ وضح أسس هذا الفكر بالتفصيل مع ذكر معالم العلاقات الاقتصادية الدولية أبان فترة سيادته
5. ما هي أبرز المعالم و التطورات التي سادت العلاقات الاقتصادية الدولية خلال القرن العشرين ؟ ناقشها بالتفصيل ؟
6. دخلت الثورة الصناعية في مرحلة متميزة من تاريخها في أعقاب ظهور الثورة الصناعية ، اشرح معالم هذه المرحلة مبينا اتجاهات الفكر الاقتصادي المؤطر لها .
7. ما هي أوجه التشابه و الاختلاف بين العلاقات الاقتصادية التي تجري على مستوى الاقتصاد المحلي و تلك التي تجري على مستوى الاقتصاد الدولي
8. مالمقصود بالجوانب الدولية للتخلف الاقتصادي ؟ وضحها ثم ناقش علاقتها بالانكشاف الاقتصادي للبلدان النامية
9. تابع تطور التنظير للتجارة الدولية من آدم سمث مرورا بريكاردو ، جون ستيوارت مل ، هابرلر و انتهاءا بهكشر أولن مبينا ما أضافته كل نظرية الى سابقتها .

1- تفيد نظرية القيم الدولية بأن مكاسب الدول من التجارة الدولية تتراوح حسب اقتراب أو ابتعاد معدل التبادل الدولي من معدل التبادل الداخلي للدول المتاجرة .
2- ما هي جوانب التطوير التي أضافتها نظرية القيم الدولية الى نظرية الميزات النسبية اشرح مع الامثلة
3- ما هي جوانب التطوير التي أضافتها نظرية كلفة الفرصة الى نظرية الميزات النسبية اشرح مع الامثلة و الرسوم
4- تفيد نظرية القيم الدولية بأنه كلما اقترب معدل التبادل الدولي من معدل التبادل الداخلي لإحدى الدولتين تنخفض مكاسب هذه الدولة من التجارة
5- ما هي الأسئلة التي أجابت عليها نظرية القيم الدولية .
6- عبر من خلال مفهم كلفة الفرصة عن نظرية التجارة الدولية . وضح باستخدام الاشكال البيانية
7- كيف يمكن التعبير عن…...

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