International trade, differentiated goods, and strategic asymmetry (2021)
CitationGilbert J, Koska OA, Oladi R International trade, differentiated goods, and strategic asymmetry. Southern Economic Journal.
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KeywordsIntra-industry trade; product differentiation; gains from trade; asymmetric strategies
ANZSRC Fields of Research38 - Economics::3803 - Economic theory::380304 - Microeconomic theory
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