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Summary of the Discussion

  • Bertil Ohlin
  • Per-Ove Hesselborn
  • Per Magnus Wijkman

Abstract

Max Corden and Ronald Findlay had accepted the task of reflecting on, if not summarising, the papers and discussions of the symposium. Their concluding remarks, which started as an inquest performed on standard trade theory, related the contributions and observations previously made by the participants to that discipline, the aim being to identify serious inadequacies and to trace important paths of further theoretical development. This session was chaired by Robert M. Solow.

Keywords

Location Theory Policy Problem Trade Theory Distance Cost Business Cycle Theorist 
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Note

  1. 1.
    A critical link in this chain is M. C. Samuelson, ‘The Australian Case for Protection Re-examined’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 54: 148 (November, 1939).CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. J. B. Brigden, et al., The Australian TariffAn Economic Inquiry (Melbourne, 1929).Google Scholar

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© The Nobel Foundation 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • Bertil Ohlin
  • Per-Ove Hesselborn
  • Per Magnus Wijkman

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