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SIMULATED CASES
M.A. PROJECTS AT MONTEREY INSTITUTE

  Students Tackle Issues in Commercial Diplomacy Gaining Practical Experience
 

Index of Commercial Issues Covered by MA Projects
All simulated cases include power point slide presentations.

 
 
AUTHOR TITLE COUNTRY
Arunpairojkul, Kraichoke
Australian Standards for Cooked Chicken*
  >pdf version
Thailand
Barmeier, 
Nina N. 
Gateway to the Information Society*
  >pdf version
Germany
Baikenova, Dana  Lifting US-Iran Trade Sanctions*
  >pdf version
Kazakhstan
Buntin, Jason Protection of Worker Rights*
   
>pdf version
US
Brzytwa III, Edward J.

Pay-TV Broadcasting in Poland after EU-Accession: Strategies for Eliminating the Restrictive Effects of Broadcasting Quotas *
   >pdf version

 
Carr, Courtenay Ukranian Standards for Agricultural Machinery*
  >pdf version
US
Cheng, Dawei  Strategy For Opening Up Chinese Insurance Industry*
  >pdf version
China
Cortez, Alessandra A Strategy to Remove Technical Trade Barriers for Pharmaceutical Products
  >pdf version
Brazil/USA
Dyer, Andrew Costa Rican Telecommunications Market*
  >pdf version
US
Gololobov, Vladimir  Liberalization and Privatization Reforms in Russian Telecommunications
   >pdf version
Russia
Endo, Tomoke Deregulation of the Medical Equipment Industry in Japan*
  >pdf version
Japan
Gouchtchina,
Yoanna A.
Information and Communications Technology:
Reduction of Tariff Barriers on Equipment As
An Essential Step in the Global Integration of the Russian Sector
new
  >pdf version part 1 | part 2
Russia
Grasso, S. Anthony Where’s the Science in Low Frequency Emissions 
Regulation?
*
  >pdf version
US
Grosso,
MassimoGeloso
Reforming the EU Sugar Regime*
  >pdf version
Italy
Grell, Heather  Japanese Import Regulation for Cut Flowers*
  >pdf version
US
Hoffman, Tyler A Strategy to Build a Freshwater Pipeline from Turkey to Jordan new
  >pdf version
US
Ishizuka, Tetsuya  Conflicts Between Trade and Labor Standards*
  >pdf version
Japan
Karimov, Timour R. Liberalization of the Russian Insurance Market in Light of Russia's Accession to the World Trade Organization*
  >pdf version
Russia
Kelly, Jeanette  EU Ban on Specified  Risk Materials*
  >pdf version
US
Kim, Sunyoung A Strategy for the Successful Conclusion of South Korea-Chile Free Trade Agreement*
  >pdf version
Korea
Kinoshita, Takashi  Strategy For Harmonization of the US Patent System With the International Norm*
  >pdf version
Japan
Jahnke, Jennifer  Increasing the Benefits of Voluntary Eco-labeling Schemes*
   >pdf version
US
Magee, Kathleen  Cabotage Laws: Protective or Damaging?
Strategy to Improve Cruise Vessel Competitiveness and Traffic to U.S. Ports
*
  >pdf version
US
Majoros, Dora  Hungarian Land Ownership Legislation to European Community Law*
  >pdf version
Hungary
Menon, 
Ashok R.
Telecom Regulation in India*
    view in htm
   
>pdf version
US
Mouknass, Mohamed A Strategy for the Privatization of the Nouakchott Port*
  >pdf version
Mauritania
Nguyen, Tra Reforming the Vietnam's Telecommunication Regulatory Framework*
   >pdf version
Vietnam
Nguyen, Chi A Strategy For the Vietnam Civil Aviation Administration to Promote US-Vietnam
  >pdf version
Vietnam
Nogueira, Saulo A Strategy to Prepare Embraer for the Restricted Proex Financing System
An Approach to End the Aircraft Subsidies Dispute
new
  >pdf version
Brazil
Perepadya, Yaroslav Ukraine: A Strategy to Seek Elimination of US Trade Sanctions and to Attract Additional FDI through Improvement of the IPR Protection Regime new
  >pdf version
Ukraine
Preciado, Luis Negotiations and Legislative Strategies for Allowing Private Investment in Mexico’s Electric Sector* Mexico
Salem, Yara Palestine’s Administrative Reform and WTO Accession
  
>pdf version part 1 | part 2
Palestine
new
Sandblom, Lisa Oladotter Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs):   A Transatlantic Trade Dispute*
  >pdf version
Sweden
Spain, Keith F. Recommendations for the U.S. Trade Representative to Negotiate Trade Rules with Canada Governing Bulk Water Exports*
   >pdf version
US
Stoffers, Jill S. Creation of International Dairy Hygiene Standards*
  >pdf version
US
Tompkins, Tiffany China's Internet Services Industry: A Strategy for Legal Reform
 
>pdf version
US
Tsai, Charles Taiwan’s Accession to the
World Trade Organization
Agreement on Government Procurement
A Comprehensive Strategy for General Tech
new
 >pdf version 
US
 
Vergara, Gisela Reform of Panamanian Bribery Laws*
  >pdf version
Panama
Wavra, Neal Joseph European Union Directive on Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)*
   
>pdf version
US
Zadorozhniy, Grigoriy E.  Russia ’s WTO Accession:
Interregional Barriers to
Agricultural Trade in the
Russian Federation
*
  >pdf version
Russia
Zhunishbekova,
Lyazzat 
Intellectual Property  Reforms in Kazakhstan*
  >pdf version
Kazakhstan
Zhang, Lijuan US-China Trade Relations*
   >pdf version
China
Zimmerman, Laurie Brook  The People of the State of New York Versus The Museum of Modern Art*
  >pdf version
US
 


An invaluable exercise for anyone who wants to develop a strong set of skills for the professional practice of commercial diplomacy is to analyze a specific trade issue in depth and to create a comprehensive, coherent set of policy recommendations for addressing that issue. Such an analytical exercise goes well beyond simply learning about trade policy.

An invaluable exercise for anyone who wants to develop a strong set of skills for the professional practice of commercial diplomacy is to analyze a specific trade in depth and to create a comprehensive, coherent set of policy recommendations for addressing that issue. Such an analytical exercise goes well beyond simply learning about trade policy. ITCD, through its web site, publishes some of the best exercises developed by students pursuing a Masters Degree in Commercial Diplomacy at the Monterey Institute. These exercises give students practical experience in integrating commercial, economic political, institutional, legal, and domestic policy analyses of an issue; developing a strategy to address the issue; and practical experience in writing the papers, letters, press release and op-ed pieces that policymakers and business people use to advance their interest. Normally, students in the MACD program choose topics for their projects by the end of their first year of study—after they have gained a strong base of knowledge within the field. They research and write their projects during the first semester of their second year and present their projects to students and faculty during their last semester of the two-year program.

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  * The cases that are marked by an asterisk have been professionally edited. The others are in the form they were submitted by the students, except that the organizations that provided the context for the simulation have been masked.  
    
    

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