Comparative Advantage in UK Manufacturing Trade, 1910-1935
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- Crafts, N F R & Thomas, Mark, 1986. "Comparative Advantage in UK Manufacturing Trade, 1910-1935," Economic Journal, Royal Economic Society, vol. 96(383), pages 629-645, September.
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KeywordsComparative Advantage; Factor Endowments; Structural Change;
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