Public goods provision, international trade, and economic

Chiu, Y. Stephen
April 1997
Southern Economic Journal;Apr97, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p1006
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study which investigated the welfare implications of variations in the number of countries that coordinate public goods provision. Factor which motivated the study; Use of a modified version of Paul Krugman's novel trading bloc model; Summarization of the results; Implications of the study; Limitations of the study.


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