La théorie de l'échange international en concurrence monopolistique. Une comparaison des modèles
The analysis of international trade theory with product differentiation and monopolistic competition is mainly founded on three different basic models (Lancaster, Krugman, Shaked-Sutton) which are synthetically exposed in the paper. Differences and similarities in hypothesis and results are emphasized and their robustness are tested. The ways to follow for a synthesis between the « new » and the « traditionnal » theory are investigated.
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|Date of creation:||1988|
|Publication status:||Published in Revue Economique, 1988, 39 (3), <10.3406/reco.1988.409080>|
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