Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1981

DOI

https://doi.org/10.1086/260982

Abstract

Some standard topics in the theory of international trade are reconsidered in this paper by distinguishing between national and aggregate income when fixed supplies of foreign inputs are present within the home country. Under conditions that would ensure a national welfare gain if' foreign ownership were absent, international transfer, economic growth, or tariff policy might cause a national welfare loss in the presence of foreign ownership. The techniques developed could be applied to other domestic distinctions (such as those based on race, sex, age, or ethnicity) and to the theory of' customs unions in a three-country world.

Disciplines

International Trade Law | Law

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© 1981 by The University of Chicago.

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