School of Economics | Ricardian Theory of Comparative Cost
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In this article we will discuss about Ricardian theory of comparative cost. Also learn about its assumptions and criticisms. Before the publication of Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations (1776) the prevalent theory of foreign trade was mercantilism. This doctrine suggested that a country should do all...