A Geometry of International Trade (Collected Works of James Meade)
By: James E. Meade (author)Hardback
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First published in 1952, this work is a systematic exposition of Professor Meade's geometric method, bringing together into a single coherent account the modern geometrical analysis of the theory of international trade. The work makes a number of original contributions, notably in the geometrical treatment of domestic production, of the balance of payments, and of import and export duties.
1. The Assumptions 2. The Consumption-Indifference Map and the Trade-Indifference Map 3. The Free Trade Equilibrium with a Zero Balance of Trade 4. The Case of Constant Costs 5. The Case of Decreasing Costa 6. The Representation of Commercial Policy with a Zero Balance of Trade 7. A Balance of Trade Deficit and the Rate of Exchange in Conditions of Free Trade 8. The General Case 9. The Trade-Indifference Map and Economic Welfare
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