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Metzler paradox and the theory of tariffs in the monetary economy
Anderson, Richard K.
1974 by Institute for Research in the Behavioral, Economic, and Management Sciences, Krannert Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 15.
|Statement||by Richard K. Anderson and Akira Takayama.|
|Series||Paper - Institute for Research in the Behavioral, Economic, and Management Sciences, Purdue University ; no. 482|
|Contributions||Takayama, Akira, 1932- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD6483 .P8 no. 482, HF1713 .P8 no. 482|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||75621916|
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We then apply the model to analyze familiar topics in the theory of nominal tariffs such as the Metzler paradox and the effects of tariffs on the terms of trade in the context of a monetary economy.
It is found that the Metzler con dition is not both necessary and sufficient to rule out the Metzler paradox. tariffs such as the Metzler paradox and the effects of tariffs on the terms of tion V derives the optimum tariff formula for a monetary economy.
The theory of tariffs in a monetary economy. In economics, the Metzler paradox (named after the American economist Lloyd Metzler) is the theoretical possibility that the imposition of a tariff on imports may reduce the relative internal price of that good.
It was proposed by Lloyd Metzler in upon examination of tariffs within the Heckscher–Ohlin model. The paradox has roughly the same status as immiserizing growth and a. If, say, labour is the factor used relatively intensively in the import-competing industry and capital in the export industry, then by the Stolper-Samuelson theorem (cf.
Stolper and Samuelson, ) the tariff will reduce real wages instead of raising them. This is the paradox studied by Metzler (a, b).Author: John S. Chipman. Metzler paradox when the tariff is non-zero and the tariff revenue is redistributed to the consumer in a lump-sum manner, which again can be shown to be consistent with proposition 2.
We augment the standard two country, two-commodity and two-factor trade model by allowing for money to exist as an additional asset.
We find that it is possi - ble for an increase in the domestic tariff to worsen the terms of trade if the importable sector is severely distorted by the existence of money.
Moreover, the Metzler condition is no longer both necessary and sufficient to rule out the. tariff, maximum-revenue tariff, Metzler’s paradox, equivalence between export and import tax. • Tariff and income distribution: short run and long run effects of a tariff, the political economy of protection.
• Retaliation and tariff battle: high-tariff Nash equilibrium. investigation of the effects of tariffs in a monetary economy. In particular, we show that under flexible exchange rates the Metzler condition is necessary and sufficient for avoiding the Metzler tariff paradox, as in the usual barter model, thus extending B-R's discussion.
R.K. Anderson and A. Takayama / The theory of tariffs 69 References Anderson, R.K. and A. Takayama,The Metzler paradox and the theory of tariffs in the monetary economy, Krannert Institute Paper, no. Oct. Anderson, R.K.
and A. Takayama,Devaluation, the specie flow mechanism and the steady state, Review of Economic Studies Select THE METZLER TARIFF PARADOX: Extensions to Nontraded and Intermediate Commodities. There is a money economy that is consistent with orthodox value theory, and in any such economy, which is called perfectly competitive money economy, there is (1) a classical dichotomy between the real and monetary sectors, (2) an absence of real.
This book covers a variety of topics, including nontraded and intermediate commodities, prices, production, exchange rates, and wages. Organized into five parts encompassing 22 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the theory of international trade and the effect of a tariff.
Downloadable. Conditions for the occurrence of immiserizing growth and the Metzler paradox are analysed in the Ricardian model when consumers in the foreign country have Leontief preferences while consumers in the home country have Cobb-Douglas preferences.
By using specific functional forms, the conditions for the occurrence of the two paradoxes are defined in terms of the exogenous. The Theory of Protection (Oxford University Press),Chapter 2 and Chapter 4 (sections I and II).
*Lerner, A.P., "The Symmetry Between Import and Export Taxes", Economica, Vol. 3, Augustpp. *Metzler, L.A., "Tariffs, the Terms of Trade, and.
Metzler paradox Last updated In economics, the Metzler paradox (named after the American economist Lloyd Metzler) is the theoretical possibility that the imposition of a tariff on imports may reduce the relative internal price of that good.  It was proposed by Lloyd Metzler in upon examination of tariffs within the Heckscher–Ohlin model.
. Abstract. Heckscher–Ohlin trade theory consists of four principal theorems, viz. the Heckscher–Ohlin trade theorem whereby relatively capital-abundant countries export relatively capital-intensive commodities, the factor-price equalization theorem whereby trade in goods may serve to equalize wage rates between countries, the Stolper–Samuelson theorem whereby an increase in the price of.
He served as Editor of the Journal of Political Economy from until his retirement in Metzler made numerous contributions to business cycle literature, macro-monetary theory, tariff theory, mathematical economics, and the field of international trade.
The Metzler paradox, Laursen-Metzler effect, and Metzler matrix, all bear his name. As an economist he became known for his research on international trade, tariffs, the business cycle, macro-monetary theory, mathematical economics, and instability.
The "Metzler paradox" relating to tariff theory was named for him, and in mathematical economics the "Metzler. *Ricardo, D., On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, third edition (John Murray),Chapter 7; reprinted in P. Sraffa (editor with the collaboration of M.H. Dobb), The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, Vol.
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John S. Chipman Metzler’s Tariff Paradox and the Transfer Problem, W. Corden Harry Johnson's Contributions to International Trade Theory, Journal of Political Econ Journal of International Money and Finance 2. Tariff analysis including the optimum tariff. The Metzler paradox. HECKSCHER-OHLIN THEORY.
Assumptions underlying the H-O model. Topics of interest. Factor abundance (the Leontif and Ohlin definitions) b. Factor intensity.
H-O theorem. The direction of trade. Factor Price Equalization theorem (H-O-S theorem) i. Metzler paradox 1. The possibility, identified by Metzler (), that a tariff may lower the domestic relative price of the imported good.
This will happen if it drives the world price down by even more than the size of the tariff, as it may do if the foreign demand for. By James Moynan “The long run is a misleading guide to current affairs. In the long run we are all dead” John Maynard Keynes. The paradox of thrift is an economic concept popularized by John Maynard Keynes in his controversial book the General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money published in during the latter stages of the Great Depression.
What is the Metzler paradox. A transfer recipient might be hurt as a result of the transfer because of its terms-of-trade effect. A tariff on imports can lead to a decline in the internal price of the good.
It is the same as immiserizing growth. An export subsidy can lead to an increase in the internal price of the subsidized good.
stories about special factors other than tariffs making for high growth in each successful country. For the U.S. this would be iron ore and petroleum (Wright ).
For Argentina it would be wheat and beef (della Paolera and Taylor ). Even putting these special cases aside, the tariff-growth paradox. Buy Trade, Stability, and Macroeconomics: Essays in Honor of Lloyd A.
Metzler (Economic theory and mathematical economics): Read Books Reviews - Tariffs and fees. Duty. This is the type of consumption tax levied on individuals and legal entities that enter into specific relations with the state or between themselves (for example, concluding leases, transfer of securities, custody agreements).
See Ray, “The Determinants of Tariff and Nontariff Trade Restrictions in the United States”; and Trefler, Daniel, “ Trade Liberalization and the Theory of Endogenous Protection: An Econometric Study of U.S.
Import Policy,” Journal of Political Economy (02 ), pp. – The theory of commercial policy has recently addressed three phenomena: (i) tariff (quota) seeking or lobbying by potential beneficiaries for the imposition of a tariff (quota), (ii) tariff (quota) evasion, and (iii) rent seeking or lobbying for getting an allocation of the import quota to earn the rents generated.
The role of information in trade theory / Murray C. Kemp and Shigemi Yabuuchi --Metzler's tariff paradox and the transfer problem / John S. Chipman --On models of the wheat boom in Canadian economic history / John H.
Dales --Can we avoid another Great Depression. The theory is referred to as the "paradox of thrift" in Samuelson's influential Economics ofwhich popularized the term.
Paradox of thrift according to Balances Mechanics. The paradox of thrift formally can be well described as a circuit paradox using the terms of Balances Mechanics developed by the German economist Wolfgang Stützel (German: Saldenmechanik): It is about saving by cut.
Explain why the Leontief paradox and the more recent Bowen, Leamer, and Sveikauskas results reported in the text contradict the factor-proportions theory. The factor-proportions theory predicts that the U.S. should export _____ goods. However, Leontief found.
The Midas Paradox reminds me a lot of Murray Rothbard’s book America’s Great Depression. Rothbard also led with a monetary explanation — the “Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle”. But, he later devoted many chapters to a variety of nonmonetary elements that were also going on at the time.
This is a list of paradoxes, grouped grouping is approximate, as paradoxes may fit into more than one category. This list collects only scenarios that have been called a paradox by at least one source and have their own article on Wikipedia. Although considered paradoxes, some of these are simply based on fallacious reasoning (), or an unintuitive solution ().
The theory that the cost or price of a commodity is determined by or can be inferred exclusively from its labor content Metzler Paradox. The exception to the Stolper-Samuelson theorem. Nominal Tariff Optimum Tariff. The rate of tariff that maximizes the benefit resulting from improvement in the nation's terms of trade against the.
"This book deals with the financial side of international economics and covers all aspects of international finance. There are many books and articles by exponents of alternative points of view. I know of no other book that provides the scope, balance, objectivity and rigor of the book." (Professor Jerome L.
Stein, Brown University) From the reviews: "In this survey of international finance 4/5(3). Johnson, H.G., Comparative Cost and Commercial Policy Theory in a Developing World Economy (Stockholm, Alqvist and Wiksell, ) Jones, R.
W., “International Capital Movement and the Theory of Tariffs and Trade,” QJE, February, Read this article to learn about the Patinkin’s monetary model of quantity theory of money. Introduction: In there appeared a monumental work by Don Patinkin which, inter alia, demonstrated the rigid conditions required for the strict proportionality rule of the quantity theory whilst simultaneously launching a severe attack upon the Cambridge analysis.
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Unit II Partial equilibrium analysis of tariff – The theory of tariff structure – The Stopler-Samuelson theorem – Metzler Paradox – Non-tariff trade barriers and.13) The most vocal political pressure for tariffs is generally made by Answer: E The Metzler Paradox A) explains why the United States uses both specific and ad valorum tariffs.
B) explains why the United States uses many none-tariff barriers to imports. C) refers to the fact that the United States exported labor-intensive goods. The differences between tariffs and quotas in their economic effects have been extensively discussed in the literature.
One of them is that tariffs could lower the domestic relative price of the importable good (This is known as the Metzler paradox(4)), whereas import quotas always increase the domestic relative price of the importable good(1).