A Public Input as a Determinant of Trade
Kenzo Abe ()
Canadian Journal of Economics, 1990, vol. 23, issue 2, 400-407
This paper examines how the difference in the level of the public input supplied by the government affects the trade patterns between the countries. By the use of the decomposition of the comparative advantage due to the public input, the author clarifies the determinants of trade in the public input economy.
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