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The Geography of Multinational Firms pp Cite as. International economics contains a number of important sub-areas which have long been disjoint from one another. One of these is the traditional general-equilibrium theory of international trade, which constituted the core of both graduate and undergraduate trade courses for decades. Quite separately, another area of study was industrial organization aspectsof international trade, practiced by a separate group of economists with little overlap between them and the trade theorists. Each area had its strengths and weaknesses.
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International trade: theory and evidence. Markusen, James R. and Melvin, James R. and Maskus, Keith E. and PDF MPRA_paper_pdf.
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Beginning in the early s, theoretical analyses have incorporated the multinational firm into the microeconomic, general-equilibrium theory of international trade. Recent advances indicate how vertical and horizontal multinationals arise endogenously as determined by country characteristics, including relative size and relative endowment differences, and trade and investment costs. Results also characterize the relationship between foreign affiliate production and international trade in goods and services.
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