Terms of Trade

  • Ronald Findlay
Part of the The New Palgrave book series (NPA)

Abstract

The two most basic questions about international trade are: What goods will each country export? and What will be the ratios at which the exports of one country exchange for those of its trading partners?

Keywords

Income Prefix Monopoly 

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