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As used since, the term has been focused primarily on the real exchange rate. The term was used by Corden and Nearywhose reference to it as " Edgeworth-Bowley box The origins of this were examined by Tarascio The diagram was first drawn by Paretobased originally, though only very partially, on a diagram of Edgeworth Edgeworth's diagram was not a box at all, and was drawn on axes more approptiate to an offer curve than to exchange of fixed quantities of goods or factors.
Edgeworth's purpose was to define and depict the contract curvewhich today we almost always draw within the box diagram. Bowley's name was added to the name of the diagram as a result of Bowleywho drew indifference curves for two individuals, one rotated clockwise 90 degrees and the other counterclockwise, thus forming the outline of a box, within which he showed Edgeworth's contract curve.
That is probably why his name came to be associated with Edgeworth's. However, Bowley did not claim originality, and while he cited Edgeworth for the contract curve, he neither named nor attributed the box diagram. Indeed, in his own diagram showing exchange, his focus was on the internal portion and he did not extend the axes of his two indifference maps far enough to touch or cross, and therefore did not actually produce a box.
And had he done so, his box would have been a mirror image of the one we normally draw today. It was Paretowriting in Italian that was soon translated into French, who had actually been the first to draw and use the box diagram.
It is unclear whether his contribution was known to Bowley and to others writing in English until later. His diagram, displaying indifference curves for two consumers, one drawn conventionally and one rotated degrees, formed the box very much as we know it today, for exchange between consumers.
With each consumer endowed with only one of the two goods, he showed a trade equilibrium as a common tangent to two indifference curves that were also tangent to a price line from the consumers' endowment point.
I have searched in Google Scholar for "Edgeworth box," "Edgeworth-Bowley box," "box diagram," and the joint appearance of "Edgeworth" and "box. Their Figure 2, p. Of this they said: This is done in Fig.
Since this classic paper did not find its way into publication immediately see Deardorff and Sternit seems very likely that Saumuelson introduced his version and name of the box to his colleagues and students in the years before this.
Whether he himself originated it or picked it up from others as an oral tradition, I do not know. Based on all of this, it appears that the box applied to consumption, as well as the Edgeworth production boxhave both often been called just the Edgeworth Box, even though Edgeworth never drew either.Here I record what I have been able to learn about the origins of some of the terms we use in international economics, both who introduced their meanings and who first gave them their names, if those are not the same people.
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Practice writing equilibrium constant expressions when given a balanced equation What is the equilibrium constant expression K c K_\text c K c Keq derivation intuition.
Heterogeneous equilibrium. Calculating equilibrium constant Kp using partial pressures. Here I record what I have been able to learn about the origins of some of the terms we use in international economics, both who introduced their meanings and who first gave them their names, if those are not the same people.
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