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in the domestic resource cost criterion only as a tool to aid the analysis. Since many variations of this concept exist, and are reasonably well known, I did not think it necessary to take up space to trace the antecedents of die concept and survey the literature on the subject. I might mention that in a short paper I presented on "Measurement of Comparative Advantage" at the Bombay University Seminar on 'Industry in the Fourth Plan held in March 1971, 1 had attempted a brief survey of this sort in which appropriate tributes were paid not only to Bruno, but also to Belassa, Gorden and others. I say this only to assure the Reader that I have not claimed in my writings any proprietary interest in this concept Lesser people might be pardoned if they use terms like "my" or "our" to distinguish between variations of criteria which they might have adapted or applied in specific contexts.

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