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UNEQUAL INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIZATION AND
The Theory of International Exchange
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accumulation activities advanced countries agriculture analysis balance of payments billion bourgeoisie capitalist mode central bank colonial commodity competition currency cycle deficit demand developed countries dominant economic economists effect Egypt enterprises entrepreneurs equilibrium export of capital external balance fact factors finance fluctuations foreign capital foreign exchange formations gold gross internal product growth hoarding increase India industry inflation integration international specialization International Trade investment Keynesian labor labor power Latin America liquidities Maghreb marginalist Marx mechanism ment mode of production monetary monopoly movement multiplier national income nineteenth century percent period periphery possible precapitalist problem quantity rate of exchange rate of interest rate of profit rate of surplus ratio relations relative result role saving sector social structure surplus value techniques tendency terms of trade tertiary theory Third World tion transfer underdeveloped countries underdeveloped economy unequal exchange wages world market world scale worsening