Vertical Specialization with Heterogeneous Entrepreneurs: Can Trade Promote Industrialization of Developing Countries?
This paper explores the theoretical link between trade liberalization and industrial development indeveloping economies. A two-country, three- good, and three-factor computable general equilibrium model is developed, which features a capital-intensive intermediate good, and a special factor of production, the entrepreneurial skill.
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