Evaluating Trade Reform with Many Consumers
Posted: 3 Aug 2001
In this paper we look at the welfare effects of trade reform in the many-consumers case. We show that Pareto-improving reforms with lump-sum taxation or with non-lump-sum taxation are possible in the small country case if sufficient conditions for welfare to rise in the single-consumer case are met.
JEL Classification: F0, F1
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