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Trade, theory and econometrics, essays in honor of John S. Chipman, edited by James R. Melvin, James C. Moore and Raymond Riezman

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Trade, theory and econometrics, essays in honor of John S. Chipman, edited by James R. Melvin, James C. Moore and Raymond Riezman
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Trade, theory and econometrics
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
Oclc number
8097644801000441906
Responsibility statement
edited by James R. Melvin, James C. Moore and Raymond Riezman
Series statement
Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy
Sub title
essays in honor of John S. Chipman
Summary
This book brings together cutting edge contributions in the fields of international economics, micro theory, welfare economics and econometrics, with contributions from Donald R. Davis, Avinash K. Dixit, Tadashi Inoue, Ronald W. Jones, Dale W. Jorgenson, K. Rao Kadiyala, Murray C. Kemp, Kenneth M. Kletzer, Anne O. Krueger, Mukul Majumdar, Daniel McFadden, Lionel McKenzie, James R. Melvin, James C. Moore, Takashi Negishi, Yoshihiko Otani, Raymond Riezman, Paul A. Samuelson, Joaquim Silvestre and Marie Thursby
Table Of Contents
TRADE, THEORY AND ECONOMETRICS; Copyright; CONTENTS; List of tables; Synopses of chapters; 1 Intraindustry trade: issues and theory; 2 Trade policy and US economic growth; 3 On the mutual imposition of tariffs with free capital mobility; 4 The importance of price normalization for models of international trade under imperfect competition; 5 Flexibility: a partial ordering; 6 Free trade agreements as protectionist devices: rules of origin; 7 Demand conditions in international trade theory; 8 Factor shares and the Chipman condition; 9 Oligopoly and customs unions10 Competitive industry equilibrium with firm-specific uncertainty11 Estimation and inference in simultaneous equations; 12 On lumpsum compensation; 13 A result on large anonymous games: an elementary and self-contained exposition; 14 Complicated behavior in models with two commodities: a review; 15 Computing willingness-to-pay in random utility models; 16 The core and competitive equilibria in finite economies; 17 Quasi-equivalent variation analysis in the Gorman Polar case; 18 Marshallian demonstration of a tax-subsidy scheme under variable returns to scale19 The envelope theory in a smooth constrained optimization problem with applications in economics20 A classical theorem for John Chipman: maximal and minimal Malthusian population; a sweeping non-substitution theorem at the core of the canonical classical model; 21 External diseconomies in the commons; Index
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