Heckscher–Ohlin Theory when Countries have Different Technologies
Rethinking the foundations of Heckscher–Ohlin theory when countries have different technologies, this paper shows how to make the proper adjustments for international productivity differences. The central tool is a factor conversion matrix that computes the local factor content of foreign Rybczynski effects. Factor-specific productivities are a special case of these more general linear relationships.
Eric O'N. Fisher. "Heckscher–Ohlin Theory when Countries have Different Technologies" International Review of Economics & Finance 20.2 (2011): 202-210.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/efisher/47