2 edition of Trade and economic structure found in the catalog.
Trade and economic structure
by Harvard U.P
Written in English
|Series||Harvard economic studies -- Vol.115|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
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Book Description. This work examines the reasons behind Britain's economic decline since the s. Focusing on the restructuring of British industry and trading policy, the author discusses the causes and effects of deindustrialization and changes to traditional trading patterns.
Particular attention is devoted to the impact of the EU. The author gives primary attention to the differences in the empirical implications derivable from the "Heckscher-Ohlin model" and from the simple classical comparative models of international trade.
He also emphasizes the recurrence of. It first makes clear the fundamental basis of the possible use of foreign trade as an instrument of national power policy.
Using well-known concepts of economic analysis, it proceeds to show under what conditions and by means of what policies this instrument is likely to attain its highest by: Ying-Shih Yu's "Trade and Expansion in Han China" was the book that pioneered the study of Chinese-Nomad relations.
It is still essential reading for anyone studying the Han Dynasty, the Xiongnu, or Han-era trade and diplomatic by: 6. Top 10 Best Economics Books. We find that the structure of trade, independently of the level of trade itself, has an important effect on the rate of economic growth.
The results of the study suggest that the number of trading partners is positively correlated with growth across all countries, and this effect is.
Trade Structure and Growth**. This paper examines the empirical relationships between trade structure and economic growth, particularly the influence of natural resource abundance, export concentration and intra-industry trade.
The paper tests the robustness of these relationships across proxies, control variables and estimation techniques.