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  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2001-06-05)
    I briefly review the empirical evidence in the trade and wages debate, which overwhelmingly rejects the Heckscher-Ohlin explanation for recent increases in OECD skill premia. I then argue that the same evidence is also ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2004-03-01)
    A two-country model of oligopoly in general equilibrium is used to show how changes in market structure accompany the process of trade and capital market liberalisation. The model predicts that bilateral mergers in which ...
  • Neary, J. Peter ; Tharakan, Joe (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2005-12-12)
    This paper endogenises the extent of intra-sectoral competition in a multi-sectoral model of oligopoly in general equilibrium. Firms choose capacity followed by prices. If the benefits of capacity investment in a given ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2001-11-29)
    I argue that increased foreign competition can affect technical choice and skill differentials even when actual imports do not rise significantly. I present a model of General Oligopolistic Equilibrium ("GOLE") in which ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of EconomicsUniversity College Dublin. Institute for the Study of Social Change (Geary Institute), 2002-08-18)
    This paper reviews some puzzling economic aspects of globalisation and argues that they cannot be satisfactorily addressed in perfectly or monopolistically competitive models. Drawing on recent work, a model of oligopoly ...
  • Leahy, Dermot ; Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2001-01-24)
    The theory of strategic trade policy yields ambiguous recommendations for assistance to exporting firms in oligopolistic industries. However, some writers have suggested that investment subsidies are a more robust ...