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Chapter 4 Outline

The Gains from Trade--Ghana and South Korea

Introduction

An Overview of Trade Theory

The Benefits of Trade

The Pattern of International Trade

Trade Theory and Government Policy

Mercantilism

Absolute Advantage

Comparative Advantage

The Gains from Trade

Qualifications and Assumptions

Simple Extensions of the Ricardian Model

Heckscher-Ohlin Theory

The Leontief Paradox

The Product Life-Cycle Theory

Evaluating the Product Life-Cycle Theory

The New Trade Theory

National Competitive Advantage: Porter's Diamond

Factor Endowments

Demand Conditions

Related and Supporting Industries

Firm Strategy, Structure, and Rivalry

Evaluating Porter's Theory

Implications for Business

Location Implications

First-Mover Implications

Policy Implications

Chapter Summary

Critical Discussion Questions

The Rise of the Indian Software Industry

Notes

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