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Excel Sheet for Demonstrating the Reciprocal Dumping Model

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This file contains an Excel spreadsheet with that implements a numerical/graphical simulation version of Brander and Krugman's (1983) reciprocal dumping model of international trade. The tool is described in Gilbert, J. (2011) "Some New Excel-based Tools for Trade Theory and Policy" Jon M. Huntsman School of Business Department of Economics and Finance Working Paper 2011-03.

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File URL: ftp://repec.bus.usu.edu/RePEc/uth/exlsft/Reciprocal.xlsx
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Software component provided by Utah State University, Department of Economics and Finance in its series Excel Models for Trade Theory with number 200914.

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Programming language: executable
Requires: Excel
Date of creation: 04 Apr 2010
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Handle: RePEc:uth:exlsft:200914

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Keywords: Excel; NLP; Trade;

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