Marginal Intra-Industry Trade and Trade-Induced Adjustment: a Survey



Probably the greatest source of interest in intra-industry trade (IIT) has been its link with factor-market adjustment. Policy-oriented economists readily grasped the opportunity of an index which was simple to calculate and presumed to indicate relatively frictionless adjustment to trade liberalization.


Trade Performance Trade Cost Trade Flow Adjustment Cost Intraindustry Trade 
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