Suggestions for Further Research

  • Raveendra N. Batra


How much have we accomplished in the preceding chapters in terms of the integration of the available literature on individual economic behaviour under uncertainty with the main corpus of the theory of international trade? Not much by some standards and barely enough by others. For the theory of international trade is a vast subject, its applications are immense, and what has been achieved so far is a bare skeleton in comparison with its enormous potential as a subject for future development.


International Trade Marginal Rate Expected Profit General Equilibrium Model Pure Theory 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Raveendra N. Batra
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  1. 1.Southern Methodist UniversityUSA

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