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World Development Vol. 1 No. 9 September 1973 Trade and per capita income differentials: a test of the Burenstam-Linder hypothesis ZEEV HIRSCH, Tel-Aviv University and BARUCH LEV, Tel Aviv University and the University of Chicago THIS ARTICLE REPORTS on an empirical test of the Burenstam-Linder hypothesis, which postulates an inverse relationship between volume of bilateral international trade.
In this dissertation, some topics of the theory elaborated by economist Staffan Burenstam Linder, in his book “An essay on trade and transformation”, were evaluated. The most relevant contribution of Linder was he had been a pioneer in studying the international trade on the demand side.
This paper addresses the effect of liberalisation and transformation in Eastern Europe on international trade flows between specific West and East European countries belonging to the Rhine-Main-Danube area. The discussion is focused on volume and direction of trade effects using a simple, but evidently robust model of bilateral trade flows. The estimates are naturally subject to a great range.
This paper examines the evolution of New Economic Geography (NEG) as a sequel to New Trade Theory. The focus is on the contributions and methodological self-reflections of Paul Krugman, who started both the NTT and the NEG. His approach is characterized as “MIT programme”, a combination of Samuelson’s imperative of modelling economic problems in minimalistic frameworks of constrained.
Linder, in his book “An essay on trade and transformation”, were evaluated. The most relevant contribution of Linder was he had been a pioneer in studying the international trade on the demand side. The main assertion of Linder addressed here is that international trade.
Linder’s An Essay on Trade and Transformation (1961), with its argument that exports tend to reflect the characteristics of the home market, was passed hand to hand by graduate students as if it were a samizdat pamphlet. And there was also an important empirical literature on intra-.
Abstract. This study uses a gravity framework to model tourism demand for the Caribbean. The basic model is augmented by Linder’s hypothesis—tourist flows are partly determine.