|Author:||M.C. Kemp,N. van Long,K. Shimomura|
|Publisher:||North Holland (July 23, 1991)|
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Kemp N. van Long K. Shimomura. Page Count: 292. View all volumes in this series: Contributions to Economic Analysis
Kemp N. eBook ISBN: 9781483295350. Imprint: North Holland. Published Date: 9th July 1991. View all volumes in this series: Contributions to Economic Analysis. Union Power in the Long Run. A Differential Game between the Labour Unions of Different Countries.
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Murray Kemp has been widely acknowledged as a foremost economic theorist of. .Variable Labor Supply and the Theory of International Trade
Murray Kemp has been widely acknowledged as a foremost economic theorist of our time and this special issue of the journal is dedicated to his 85th birthday. Variable Labor Supply and the Theory of International Trade. Much of the modern long-run theory of international trade derives from what has come to be called the 2 x 2 or Heckscher–Ohlin model of production; and the rest of the theory derives from straightforward extensions of that model achieved by the accommodation of additional factors and products and by the addition of more-or-less durable produced intermediate goods.
Kemp; N. van Long; K. Publisher: North Holland. Print ISBN: 9780444884800, 0444884807. This book provides a theory of trade between countries in at least one of which the pattern of competitive markets is disturbed by a powerful national labour union and in which, therefore, wage distortions are endogenous; the book then proceeds to re-examine the several ium questions of conventional trade theory. In addition, several questions are confronted which can be posed only in the new framework. In Chapters II and III, two well-known models of production and trade are taken.
Magee, S. Factor market distortions, production, distribution and the pure theory of international trade.
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This volume addresses important issues in economic theory and international trade with contributions from . Contributors: C. Chiarella, P. Gangopadhyay, . Gans, H. Herberg, S. Katayama, . Kemp, A. Khomin, Y. Kimura, K. Kondoh, . f.
Contributors: C. Ng, T. Ohkawa, H. Ohta, M. Ohyama, M. Okamura, M. Okawa, K. Okuguchi, . Schweinberger, K. Shimomura, R. Stonecash, M. Tawada, B. Tran-Nam, .
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The Classical Theory of International Trade. The Economics of International Technology Trade. Policy, 9th e. Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2012. This volume showcases Wolfgang’s signature flair in unleashing the predictive power and policy relevance of theories of international trade, as he systematically dissected and updated the full range of canonical assumptions on input markets, technologies, output markets, interest groups, government agency, the scope of international transactions, and the role of international organizations.
Theory of International Trade: My earlier publications in international trade focused . Trade, Welfare, and Economic Policies: Essays in Honour of . Labor Unions and the Theory of International Trade, (with .
Theory of International Trade: My earlier publications in international trade focused on (i) the role of natural resources in international trade, and (ii) the political economy of trade policies. Kemp and K. Shimomura), Elsevier Science Publishers (North Holland), Amsterdam, 1991 (250 pages).
Labour economics looks at the suppliers of labour services (workers) and the demanders . 1 Macro and micro analysis of labour markets.
Labour economics looks at the suppliers of labour services (workers) and the demanders of labour services (employers), and attempts to understand the resulting pattern of wages, employment, and income. Labour is a measure of the work done by human beings. 2 The macroeconomics of labour markets. 3 Neoclassical microeconomics of labour markets.