Unemployment and International Trade: The Effects of Minimum Wages and Non-Traded Goods in Models representing Western Industrialized Countries and China (in German)
In this paper we investigate "integrated equilibria" of two-country models. Extending the basic framework non-traded goods as well as minimum wages are introduced and their effects on the models' results are studied. Finally, the consequences of three types of labor "shocks" are analyzed.
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