Input-Output Structure, International Trade and Economic Development i
in his paper on the of development, leontief (1963) claimed that underdeveloped countries are because they are by far less economically diversified. in this paper it is shown that a model of international trade with strong international restrictions on factor mobility, a stable input-output structure, and a productivity externality due to input diversification, is consistent with leontief´'s hypothesis.
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