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Small Open Economy (Specific Factors)



This file contains a simple GAMS program to simulate a small, open economy of the specific factors type, as described in Chapter 10 of Gilbert and Tower (2009) "An Introduction to GAMS Modeling for International Trade Theory and Policy" Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Department of Economics and Finance Working Paper Number 2009-04.

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  • John Gilbert & Edward Tower, 2009. "Small Open Economy (Specific Factors)," GAMS Models for Trade Theory 200911, Utah State University, Department of Economics and Finance.
  • Handle: RePEc:uth:sfware:200911

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