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Krauss, Melvyn B. A Geometric Approach to International Trade. New York:Hal-sted Press, a Division of John Wiley &Sons, 1979. Marsh,Sandra . and Brown, Joseph D. Readings in Australian Marketing. Ann Arbor,Ml:University Microfilms International, 1979. Rothwell, Roy and Zegveld, Walter. Technical Change and Employment.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This book provides a thorough, nontechnical analysis of distribution and trade theory, together with their policy extensions, with a general equilibrium flavor; as such it is a valuable book. M. G. Allingham, Journal of Economic Literature.
A geometric approach to international trade. The Theory of Customs Union: A General Equilibrium Analysis.
This book represents a very different approach to the teaching of.Melvyn B. Krauss is William L. Clayton Senior Fellow, at the Hoover Institution.
This book represents a very different approach to the teaching of micro-economic theory than normally followed, and one that will be of greater long-run value to the serious student of economics.
Melvyn Krauss is the emeritus William L. Clayton Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is also emeritus professor of economics at New York University. He is an expert on international economics and economic development. His recent publications include How Nation's Grow Rich (Oxford University Press, 1997) and Free Trade Doesn't Kill Social Programs (Wall Street Journal, December, 1997).
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A geometric approach to international trade (chap. This paper studies the impact of international trade in a general equilibrium model in which heterogeneous firms engage in oligopolistic competition
A geometric approach to international trade (chap. International Trade Theory and Policy, Part III. Jan 1978. This paper studies the impact of international trade in a general equilibrium model in which heterogeneous firms engage in oligopolistic competition. The opening of international trade leads to an increased degree of competition, a lower price level, and the exit of least. Although average profit increases, not all the surviving firms benefit from the opening of international trade.