Analysis of Alfred Marshall’s International Trade Theories
|School||University of Foreign Trade and Economic|
|Keywords||International trade Terms of trade Elasticity of demand International demand curve|
, Alfred Marshall, the UK and the world famous economist in the late 19th century and early 20th century . Him as the founder of the Cambridge school , pour life energy of Economics , and studied under a wide range of very fruitful . This article is only one piece of a jigsaw -like to explore Marshall 's achievements in the theory of international trade , including : the impact of the means of transport for international trade ; characteristics of international trade ; difference between the input and output ; relationship of demand and supply in the international trade ; one State against the elasticity of demand for imported goods ; elasticity of demand affect the fate of the conditions of international trade and import duties ; the end-result of import duties and export taxes ; basic rules designed to promote the import duties of some of the country's industrial development ; international trade demand curve . Retrospectively from the evolution of the past more than a century of international trade and international trade theory and to assess the impact of his history in this regard , and finally put forward his theory of referential significance to the development of China 's international trade .