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Dalia Marin - International Trade and the Multinational Corporation

Why do countries trade with each other? Economists have asked this question at least since the days of David Ricardo. The old trade theory cannot explain trade among industrialized countries with similar compositions of capital and labor. That's why Paul Krugman and his generation developed the new trade theory. The new trade theory, however, fails to address a striking recent phenomena: the enormous growth of trade in intermediate goods within the multinational corporation. That's where Dalia Marin comes in with what she calls the "new new trade theory." Read more

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The Big Lessons for Business - John Kay

In part 5 of INET's interview with John Kay, he discusses the idea of how the story of the British Post War pharmaceutical industry shows that most profitable companies are not the most profit-oriented 

The Money View: The Illusion of Control

This video visually illustrates the ideas behind "The Illusion of Control," a Money View blog post by Perry Mehrling at http://www.ineteconomics.org/money-view

Saving the (International) Dollar

This video visually illustrates the ideas behind "Saving the International Dollar," a Money View blog post by Columbia professor Perry Mehrling at INET Online. For more information and to read the blog post, please go to http://www.ineteconomics.org/money-view

A Money View of Global Imbalances

This video visually illustrates the ideas behind "A Money View of Global Imbalances," published by Perry Mehrling on "The Money View" at INET Online. For more information and to read the blog post please see http://www.ineteconomics.org/money-view

The Money View: The Inherent Instability of Credit

This video visually illustrates the ideas behind the Money View blog post "The Inherent Instability of Credit" at INET Online. For more information, please see www.ineteconomics.org/money-vew

A Money View of the FCIC Report

This video visually illustrates some of the concepts behind "A Money View of the FCIC Report" blog entry on INET's Money View Blog series by Columbia professor Perry Mehrling. For more information, see www.ineteconomics.org/blog/money-view

A Money View of the FCIC Report: Part Two

This video visually illustrates the ideas behind Perry Mehrling's Money View post titled "A Money View of the FCIC Report: Part Two" at INET Online.

The Money View: CDS Deja Vu

This video visually illustrates the ideas behind Perry Mehrling's Money View post titled "CDS Deja Vu" at INET Online.

The Money View: The New Federal Reserve

This video visually illustrates the concepts behind "The New Federal Reserve," a blog post by Perry Mehrling on "The Money View," at INET Online