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Review of World Economics

, Volume 116, Issue 2, pp 315–321 | Cite as

Observations on the relation between “revealed comparative advantage” and comparative advantage as indicated by pre-trade relative prices

  • Arye L. Hillman
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Comparative Advantage Total Export Trade Data Export Diversification Production Equilibrium 
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References

  1. Balassa, Bela, “Trade Liberalisation and ‘Revealed’ Comparative Advantage”.The Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies, Vol. 33, Manchester, 1965, pp. 99–123.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. —, “‘Revealed‘ Comparative Advantage Revisited: An Analysis of Relative Export Shares of the Industrial Countries, 1953–1971”.Ibid., Vol. 45, 1977, pp. 327–344.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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© Institut fur Weltwirtschaft an der Universitat Kiel 1980

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  • Arye L. Hillman

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