Friday, June 29, 2007

Whence comes the iPod

In his NY Times "Economic Scene" column, Hal Varian examines where the iPod comes from. Its a good illustration of how a growing portion of world trade is in intermediate goods (e.g. the hard drive in the iPod), which is a potential problem for international economists since our traditional models are based on trade in final goods.


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