Excel Sheet for "Using Nonlinear Programming in International Trade Theory: The Factor-Proportions Model" (Single Country)
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Excel Models for Trade Theory from Utah State University, Department of Economics and Finance
This file contains an Excel spreadsheet for simulating the production relationships in the HOS model, as described in Gilbert, J. (2004) "Using Nonlinear Programming in International Trade Theory: The Factor-Proportions Model" Journal of Economic Education 35(4):343-59.
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