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Trade policy and the third world metropolis
RaГєl Livas Elizondo
by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA (1050 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138)
Written in English
|Statement||Raul Livas Elizondo, Paul Krugman.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper no. 4238, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 4238.|
|Contributions||Krugman, Paul R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Trade Policy and the Third World Metropolis Raul Livas Elizondo, Paul Krugman NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, International Finance and Macroeconomics Many of the world's largest cities are now in developing :// Trade policy and the third world metropolis.
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Trade Policy and the Third World Metropolis. [Paul Krugman; Raul Livas Elizondo; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- Many of the world's largest cities are now in developing countries. We develop a simple theoretical model, inspired by the case of Mexico, that explains the existence of such giant cities as a 豆丁网是全球最大的中文社会化阅读分享平台，拥有商业,教育,研究报告,行业资料,学术论文,认证考试,星座,心理学等数亿实用 Trade Policy and the Third World Metropolis.
NBER Working Paper No. w 38 Pages Posted: 27 Apr Last revised: 12 Aug See all articles by Raul Livas Elizondo the giant Third World metropolis is an unintended by-product of import-substitution policies, and will tend to shrink as developing countries ://?abstract_id= Downloadable.
Many of the world's largest cities are now in developing countries. We develop a simple theoretical model, inspired by the case of Mexico, that explains the existence of such giant cities as a consequence of the strong forward and backward linkages that arise when manufacturing tries to serve a small domestic market.
The model implies that these linkages are much weaker when the Trade policy and the Third World metropolis. Paul Krugman and Raul Livas Elizondo.
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Downloads: (external link):eee:deveco:vyip ELSEVIER Journal of Development Economics Vol. 49 () JOURNAL OF Development ECONOMICS Trade policy and the Third World metropolis Paul Krugman *, Raul Livas Elizondo Received 1 February ; revised I October Abstract Many of the world's largest cities are now in developing :// The model implies that these linkages are much weaker when the economy is open to international trade; in other words, the giant Third World metropolis is an unintended by-product of import-substitution policies, and will tend to shrink as developing countries :// The model implies that these linkages are much weaker when the economy is open to international trade -- in other words, the giant Third World metropolis is an unintended by-product of import-substitution policies, and will tend to shrink as developing countries liberalize.
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