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# Econ 503 Week 4 notes ECON 503 001

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Week 4 Tuesday, September 13, 20161:22 PM 9/13/16 Heckscher-Ohlin Model -AKA 2 by 2 by 2 model -2 countries, 2 goods, 2 factors of production Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem -A country will have a comparative advantage in the good that uses its abundant factor of production intensively. -Home is capital abundant -Foreign is labor abundant -computers are capital intensive -shoes are labor intensive Factor Returns in H-O Model When we open to trade: w/r goes down Lc/Kc and Ls/Ks increase w/Pc = MPLc -both decrease because Lc/Kc rises w/Ps = MPLs -both decrease bc Ls/Ks rises Workers will be unambiguously harmed by trade Economy wide demand for labor went down In each industry, relative amount of labor used relative to capital went up r/Pc = MPKc -both rise b/c Lc/Kc rises r/Ps = MPKs -both rise b/c Ls/Ks rises Capital owners unambiguously benefit from trade Stulper-Samuelson (1941) Theorem If all of the assumptions of the H-O model hold, then when a country opens to trade, owners of its abundant factor of production will gain and owners of its scarce factor of production will lose. Week 4 Page 1

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