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Trade and growth: a simple model with not-so-simple implications

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  • Corchón Díaz, Luis Carlos

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We present a simple dynamic model of international trade and growth. Our equations linking exogenous and endogenous variables do not resemble those estimated by the empirical literature: Ours are not linear, despite the fact that our model is linear, they do not include variables used in this literature and include variables that have never been used in this literature.

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  • Corchón Díaz, Luis Carlos, 2005. "Trade and growth: a simple model with not-so-simple implications," UC3M Working papers. Economics we055424, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Departamento de Economía.
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