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La imperfecta movilidad intersectorial de factores en sus efectos sobre la distribución de la renta y el patrón de comercio

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  • Juan Antonio García

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En este artículo se construye y analiza un modelo comercio internacional bisectorial caracterizado por la hipótesis de imperfecta movilidad intersectorial simultánea del capital y el trabajo. En este marco de análisis, se demuestra que, ante perturbaciones exógenas, la distribución funcional y sectorial de la renta así como el patrón de comercio, son sensibles al grado de especificidad factorial Adicionalmente, se prueba que para el cumplimiento de los teoremas de Stolper-Samuelson y de Rybczynski, no es condición necesaria la perfecta movilidad intersectorial de los factores. Es condición suficiente que el grado de especificidad no supere cierto umbral.

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  • Juan Antonio García, 1998. "La imperfecta movilidad intersectorial de factores en sus efectos sobre la distribución de la renta y el patrón de comercio," Estudios de Economia, University of Chile, Department of Economics, vol. 25(1 Year 19), pages 25-49, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:udc:esteco:v:25:y:1998:i:1:p:25-49
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