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General-Equilibrium Theory in International Trade

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General-Equilibrium Theory in International Trade
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Publisher: Principia Press
Number of pages: 193

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From the table of contents: Static-Equilibrium Theory in International Trade; Intertemporal-Equilibrium Theory in International Trade: Individual Consumer Planning, Entrepreneurial Planning, Market Equilibrium in a Closed Economy, Market Equilibrium in an International Economy.

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