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Unformatted text preview: benefit and others that do not benefit from free trade/protectionism. Not worth it to make questions. Stolper-Samuelson, which is usually applied to endogenous changes in barriers to trade, uses comparative advantage to conclude that trade liberalization will benefit abundant factors of production and disadvantage scarce factors in the home economy. Rogowski takes this analysis one step further to argue that abundant factors of production will advocate for free trade and scarce factors for economic closure Two kinds of cleavage can result from different configurations of these two variables – “class conflict” when capital and agriculture organize against labor and “urban-rural conflict” when capital and labor join the same camp....
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course IR 109 taught by Professor Heinz during the Spring '10 term at Rochester.
- Spring '10