By Robert C. Feenstra
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S. S. S. S. S. yes Davis and Weinstein (2001a) yes Many countries yes Allow for productivity parameters π ik Allow for productivity parameters δi (and more) i Estimate A from data Feenstra, Advanced International Trade 2-24 Sign test: Rank test: i sign( Fki ) = sign( Vki – s Vkw ), i i=1,…,C; k=1,…,M; i Fki > Fli ⇔ ( Vki – s Vkw ) > ( Vli – s Vlw ), i=1,…,C; k=1,…,M. 1). With M factors and C countries, there are MC observations in total, and we are interested in what percentage of these have the same sign on the two sides of the equation.
Thus, at the point A*, the increase in the wage exactly matched the percentage change in the price p. But it is clear that the equilibrium wage increases by more, w1 > w*, so the percentage increase in the wage exceeds that of the product price, which is the StolperSamuelson result. Changes in Endowments We turn now to the third key question: if endowments change, how do the industry outputs change? 14) a 1K dy1 + a 2 K dy 2 = dK . Notice that the aij coefficients do not change, despite the fact that they are functions of the factor prices (w, r).
The term AY equals the demand for factors in country i. Analogous to the full-employment conditions studied i i i in chapter 1, AY equals the endowments of country i, which we write as AY = V . Turning to i AD , this terms is simplified by using our assumption of identical and homothetic tastes. Since product prices are equalized across countries by free trade, it follows that the consumption i i w vectors of all countries must be proportional to each other. We shall write this as D = s D , w i where D denotes the world consumption vector and s is the share of country i in world i i w i consumption.