Dr. Daria Panina from Texas A&M University gave lessons to our undergraduates

During May 21-28, 2014, Assistant Professor Daria Panina from Texas A&M University was kindly invited to give lessons on International Trade Course to the undergraduates in our school.
 
Dr. Panina introduced the classic theories of International Trade in two separate classes and also conducted an in-depth discussion of the infant industry protection and trade protection theories. In the classes, Dr. Panina cited many cases of the American local industry to broaden the students’ horizon, by which the teachers and students were greatly inspired. 
 
After class, Dr. Panina had the discussion for exchanging ideas with students and Mr. Bo Wei, a teacher from our school, and also answered questions and compared notes with them about the teaching and academic pursuit. 
 
Dr. Daria Panina is mainly engaged in the professional teaching of the international trade at Texas A&M University and has the abundant practical business practice and rich teaching experience as he were invited to many universities in Europe. Most importantly, he has the unique international outlook and vision.
 
Texas A&M University, founded in 1976 and located in Texas College Station, has enjoyed a high reputation in the US and the world. Currently our school has signed the cooperation agreement with Texas A&M University so that our school can select and dispatch the teachers and students for the study tour in Texas A&M University, College of Business.