Rybczynski Theorem


The property of the Heckscher-Ohlin Model that, at constant prices, an increase in the endowment of one factor increases the output of the industry that uses that factor intensively and reduces the output of the other (or some other) industry. Due to Rybczynski (1955). Illustrated with Edgeworth production box. See figure.
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