Extensions and tests of the classical model of trsde, International Economics

#question.suppose that France has a trade surplus with the United Kingdom. What would you expect to happen to price, wages, and commodity price in France? why? What would happen to the terms of trade between the two countries?
Posted Date: 10/20/2012 2:15:16 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Extensions and tests of the classical model of trsde, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Extensions and tests of the classical model of trsde, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Extensions and tests of the classical model of trsde Discussions

Write discussion on Extensions and tests of the classical model of trsde
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Discusses the effects of a rise in the interest rate paid by euro deposits on the exchanger rate.   Answer: For a known U.S. interest rate and a given expectation wi

Q. Developing countries have often attempted to establish cartels so as to counter the perceived or actual inexorable downward push on the prices of their exported commodities. OP

suppose that France has a trade surplus with the united kingdom, what would you expect to happen to price,wages, and commodity price in France? why? what would happen to the terms

Q. It is claimed that L. Frank Baum's classic 1900 children's book, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, is an allegorical rendition of the U.S. political struggle over gold. Discuss. A

Given the following hypothetical data (in millions of naira): 1.    gross private domestic investment        N59 2.    contributors for social insurance           N8 3.    inter

Are tariffs harmful are necessary to maintain fair trade?


Argus Savings and Loan Association began in 1956 in Hometown. As is typical of savings and loan associations, Argus accepts the savings of individuals and organisations and uses th

To answer the following question, please refer to the figure below.Concentrating only at the lower left quadrant, discuss the relationship between the U.S. real money supply and th

1. Species that have reached the extinction threshold and are on the verge of extinction – beluga whales, African elephants, mountain gorillas and the California condor might be cl