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International Trade Causes and Consequences

Опубликовано на портале: 30-12-2003
Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 1998, 624 с.
A rigorous and comprehensive text dealing primarily with the determinants of the pattern of trade gains from trade and trade policy. Spanning the old theories (the Ricardian hypothesis, the static and dynamic Heckscher-Ohlin model, the neofactor proportions and the neotechnology theories) it also contains the new theories (including various models of intra-industry trade and the dynamic models of endogenous growth and trade). Gains from trade and trade policy issues are comprehensively analysed. The various theories are presented verbally, geometrically and mathematically.

Introduction

Introduction
International Trade in the Real World and the Theoretical Issues
Economic Methodology
The Classical View: Specialisation and Exchange, Absolute and Comparative Advantage
Sources of International Trade: an Overall View
The Ricardian Hypothesis
Empirical Tests of the Ricardian Hypothesis
The Heckscher-Ohlin Hypothesis
The Heckscher-Ohlin Model Mathematically Treated
Some Extensions of the Simple HOS Model
Two Comparative Static Theorems
The Ricardo-Viner Model
Empirical Tests of HOS Hypothesis: the Factor Content Studies
Empirical Tests of the HOS Hypothesis: the Cross-Section Studies
Empirical Tests of the HOS Hypothesis: the Tests of Assumptions
Two Theorems in Comparative Statics: the Rybczynski Theorem and the Findlay-Grubert Theorem
International Trade and Economic Growth
Trade and Growth Mathematically Treated
A Dynamic Model of Capital Accumulation and International Trade
The Neofactor Proportions Theories
The Neotechnology Theory of International Trade
Empirical Tests of the Neotechnology Hypothesis
Views on Synthesis of the Neofactor Proportions and Neotechnology Hypotheses
The Linder Hypothesis
Intra-industry Trade: Imperfect Competition, Increasing Returns to Scale and Product Differentiation
Empirical Studies in Intra-Industry Trade
Endogenous Growth and International Trade
Gains from Trade
Trade Policy
Economic Integration