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Probably one of the most controversial contributions to the literature of international trade theory was offered by the late social economist John Culbertson. In his view, low wage competition among corporations in a world characterized by capital mobility and massive trade deficits undermines the foundation trade theory based on David Ricardo's celebrated notion of comparative advantage. Instead, there are several good reasons to believe that international trade with China, India, Vietnam,doi:10.1007/s12143-007-9008-z fatcat:khwfijzexngtrhnabxxre3jbj4