Some Aspects of the Relations between International Movements of Commodities, Factors of Production, and Technology

  • Bertil Ohlin


I am happy to have the privilege to speak after my old friend Gottfried Haberler, who in his paper once more demonstrates his exceptional ability in making difficult problems easily understandable and his reliable judgement in scientific surveys.


International Trade Factor Price Trade Theory Factor Movement Factor Supply 
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