Analysis of Foreign Trade in the Czech Republic

Tomsik, Vladimir
November 2000
Eastern European Economics;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p43
Academic Journal
Explains the specifications for the import and export demand functions in the Czech Republic. Difference of the Keynesian from the monetary approach; proposal for the plausible estimates of relevant elasticities in the balance of trade; Assumptions on the monetarist specification of import demand.


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