A Political Economy Critique of the Ricardian Comparative Advantage Theory

Turan Subasat

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConfronting 9-11, ideologies of race, and eminent economists
EditorsPaul Zarembka
Place of PublicationAmsterdam; London and New York
PublisherElsevier
Pages255-292
Number of pages38
Volume20
ISBN (Print)0-7623-0984-9.
Publication statusPublished - 2002

Publication series

NameResearch in Political Economy
PublisherElsevier Science, JAI

Keywords

  • Current Heterodox Approaches
  • Trade
  • General (F100)
  • Marxian
  • Socialist
  • Sraffian (B510)

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Subasat, T. (2002). A Political Economy Critique of the Ricardian Comparative Advantage Theory. In P. Zarembka (Ed.), Confronting 9-11, ideologies of race, and eminent economists (Vol. 20, pp. 255-292). (Research in Political Economy). Amsterdam; London and New York: Elsevier.

A Political Economy Critique of the Ricardian Comparative Advantage Theory. / Subasat, Turan.

Confronting 9-11, ideologies of race, and eminent economists. ed. / Paul Zarembka. Vol. 20 Amsterdam; London and New York : Elsevier, 2002. p. 255-292 (Research in Political Economy).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Subasat, T 2002, A Political Economy Critique of the Ricardian Comparative Advantage Theory. in P Zarembka (ed.), Confronting 9-11, ideologies of race, and eminent economists. vol. 20, Research in Political Economy, Elsevier, Amsterdam; London and New York, pp. 255-292.
Subasat T. A Political Economy Critique of the Ricardian Comparative Advantage Theory. In Zarembka P, editor, Confronting 9-11, ideologies of race, and eminent economists. Vol. 20. Amsterdam; London and New York: Elsevier. 2002. p. 255-292. (Research in Political Economy).
Subasat, Turan. / A Political Economy Critique of the Ricardian Comparative Advantage Theory. Confronting 9-11, ideologies of race, and eminent economists. editor / Paul Zarembka. Vol. 20 Amsterdam; London and New York : Elsevier, 2002. pp. 255-292 (Research in Political Economy).
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