Suitable Textbooks*
The Excel sheets that we have developed and made available on this site illustrate many of the major models and results from international trade, and can be used at a variety of levels. The more detailed general equilibrium models are probably best suited to an upper division field course in international trade, although they can also be used at the introduction to trade level to give students a flavor of the results (with the more difficult geometric treatments hidden). The partial equilibrium models are suitable for a course at any level. On this page we list some of the common texts at the introductory/advanced levels, and indicate the chapters where the models would be useful.
Introduction to International Trade Texts
Carbaugh, R.J. (2004) International Economics (9th edition), SouthWestern.
Gerber, J. (2005) International Economics (3rd edition), AddisonWesley.
Husted S. and M. Melvin (2010) International Economics (8th edition), AddisonWesley.
Kreinin, M.E. (2002) International Economics: A Policy Approach (9th Edition), SouthWestern.
Pugel, T.A. (2009) International Economics (14th edition), McGraw Hill.
Upper Division International Trade Texts
Appleyard, D.R., A.J. Field and S.L. Cobb (2006) International Economics (5th edition), McGrawHill.
Caves, R.E., J.A. Frankel and R.W. Jones (2007) World Trade and Payments: An Introduction (10th edition), AddisonWesley. Krugman, P.R. and M. Obsfeldt (2009) International Economics: Theory and Policy (8th edition), AddisonWesley.
Markusen J.R., J.R. Melvin, W.H Kaempfer and K.E. Maskus (1995) International Trade: Theory and Evidence, McGrawHill.
Salvatore, D. (2010) International Economics (10th edition), Wiley.
Thompson, H. (2006) International Economics: Global Markets and Competition (2nd edition), World Scientific.
* No particular endorsement is intended  if there is a textbook that you would like added to the list, please drop us a note.
Model Concordance
HOS Model (Single Economy), Live and Solver 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.8)Carbaugh (Ch.4), Caves et al. (Ch.6), Gerber (Ch.4), Husted and Melvin (Ch.4), Kreinin (Ch.3), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.4), Markusen et al. (Ch.8), Pugel (Ch.5), Salvatore (Ch.5, Ch.8), Thompson (Ch.6) 
HOS Model (Two Economy) 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.8), Carbaugh (Ch.4), Caves et al. (Ch.6), Gerber (Ch.4), Husted and Melvin (Ch.4), Kreinin (Ch.3), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.4), Markusen et al. (Ch.8), Pugel (Ch.4, Ch.5), Salvatore (Ch.5), Thompson (Ch.6) 
Specific Factors Model, Live and Solver 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.8), Carbaugh (Ch.4), Caves et al. (Ch.5), Gerber (Ch.4), Kreinin (Ch.3), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.4), Markusen et al. (Ch.9), Pugel (Ch.5), Salvatore (Ch.5, Ch.8), Thompson (Ch.6) 
HOS and Specific Factors Relationship Model, Live and Solver 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.8), Caves et al. (Ch.5, Ch.6), Markusen et al. (Ch.9) 
HOS Model with Interventions Model, Live and Solver 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.14, Ch.15), Caves et al. (Ch.10, Ch.11), Husted and Melvin (Ch.7), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.8, 9), Markusen et al. (Ch.15), Pugel (Ch.7), Salvatore (Ch.8, Ch.9), Thompson (Ch.4) 
Basic (Small Country) Effects of Intervention 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.13, Ch.14), Caves et al. (Ch.10), Carbaugh (Ch.5, Ch.6), Husted and Melvin (Ch.6, Ch.7), Gerber (Ch.6), Kreinin (Ch.4, Ch.5), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.8), Pugel (Ch.8, Ch.9), Salvatore (Ch.8, Ch.9), Thompson (Ch.4) 
Tariffs vs Quotas with Monopoly Model 
Caves et al. (Ch.12), Kreinin (Ch.5), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.8), Markusen et al. (Ch.16), Pugel (Ch.9) 
Large Country Tariffs and Retaliation Model 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.14, Ch.15), Carbaugh (Ch.5), Caves et al. (Ch.10), Gerber (Ch.7), Husted and Melvin (Ch.6), Kreinin (Ch.4), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.9), Markusen et al. (Ch.15), Pugel (Ch.8), Salvatore (Ch.8), Thompson (Ch.5) 
Customs Unions Model 
Appleyard and Field (Ch.17), Carbaugh (Ch.9), Caves et al. (Ch.14), Husted and Melvin (Ch.9), Kreinin (Ch.4), Krugman and Obsfeldt (Ch.9), Markusen et al. (Ch.18), Pugel (Ch.12), Salvatore (Ch.10), Thompson (Ch.7) 
