Factor proportion theorem

The factor proportion theorem is also called the Heckscher-Ohlin theorem after its founders. It says that economies prefer to specialize in products that make heavy demands on those factors of production that are abundant domestically. So if a country has a lot of capital, it will export capital-intensive goods. If, on the other hand, work is abundant, it will export labor-intensive goods.

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