North-South Growth and the Terms of Trade: A Model on Kaldorian Lines.
This paper examines equilibrium growth and stability in the world economy using a North-South model in which there is assumed to be surplus labor in both the North and South at an exogenously-determined level of real wages. The model allows for substitution in consumption between primary commodities and industrial goods in the North, and treats the cases of both surplus and scarce land in the South. In the case of an exogenous shock to the model, the North-South terms of trade may overshoot i...Expand abstract
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