International Trade and Economic Growth (Collected Works of Harry Johnson)
Studies in Pure Theory
The studies collected in this volume embody the results of research conducted in the mid 1950s into various theoretical problems in international economics. They fall into three groups – comparative cost theory, trade and growth and balance of payments theory. This volume consolidates the work of previous theorists and applies mathematically-based logical analysis to theoretical problems of economic policy.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Comparative Cost Theory 1. Factor Endowments, International Trade and Factor Prices 2. Optimum Tariffs and Retaliation Appendix to Chapter 2: Alternative Optimum Tariff Formulae Part 2: International Trade and Economic Growth 3. Economic Expansion and International Trade 4. Increasing Productivity, Income-Price Trends and the Trade Balance Appendix to Chapter 4: The n-Country Case 5. Equilibrium Growth in an International Economy Part 3: The Balance of Payments 6. Towards a General Theory of the Balance of Payments 7. The Transfer Problem and Exchange Stability 8. A Simplification of Multi-Country Multiplier Theory. Index.
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