New Trade Theory

Definition

Economics

  • Models of trade that, especially in the 1980s, incorporated aspects of imperfect competition, increasing returns, and product differentiation into both general equilibrium and partial equilibrium models of trade and trade policy. Many contributed to this literature, but the most prominent was Krugman, starting with Krugman (1979).
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