Some New Excel-based Tools for Trade Theory and Policy
This paper describes some new Excel-based tools for teaching international trade theory and policy. The tools are all available through RePEc and on the website Excel Models for International Trade Theory and Policy, and include a numerical version of the reciprocal dumping model, a comparison of the specific factors and HOS models and transition between the two, partial equilibrium models of trade interventions under perfect competition, and some applications of strategic trade policy.
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