Why Are There Rich and Poor Countries? Symmetry Breaking in the World Economy: A Note.

Ioannides, Yannis Menelaos.
1999

This paper extends Matsuyama (1996) to allow for the presence of a fixed factor such as land. By assuming that agricultural production is more land-intensive than manufacturing production, we generalized Matsuyama's results on symmetry breaking in the world economy. That is, international trade by causing an agglomeration of economic activities in different countries of the world makes inevitable ... read more

Subjects
National income--Econometric models.
Economic geography.
Matsuyama, Kiminori.
Tufts University. Department of Economics.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009008
Original publication
Ioannides, Yannis M. 1999. "Why Are There Rich and Poor Countries? Symmetry Breaking in the World Economy: A Note." Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 13(2): 140-149. doi:10.1006/jjie.1999.0426.
ID: tufts:16932
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