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Summary. The standard trade model provides a framework that can be used to address a wide range of international issues and admits previous trade models as special cases. A country’s terms of trade are determined by the intersection of the world relative supply and demand curves. Economic growth is usually biased.How does relative price of cloth affect terms of trade?
When a country exports cloth and the relative price of cloth increases, the terms of trade rise. Among that a decline in terms of trade decreases a country's welfare. How to determine price of cloth relative to price of food? use relative supply and relative demand. relative price. relative price.What are the factors that drive trade?
Differences in resources (the availability of those factors at the country level) drive trade patterns. This model also captures the long-run consequences of trade on the distribution of income. of these models. For example, in the last two decades one of the central changes economies.What are the effects of the changing pattern of trade?
The changing pattern of trade has differential effects on different Chapters 4 and 5. 1. The productive capacity of an economy can be summarized by its production possibility frontier, and differences in these frontiers give rise to trade. 2.