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Vertical intra-industry trade between China and OECD countries.
|Series||OECD working papers,, vol. 4, no. 73, Technical papers ;, no. 114, OECD working papers ;, v. 4, no. 73., Technical papers (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Development Centre) ;, no. 114.|
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.|
|LC Classifications||HD72 .O38 vol. 4, no. 73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||97118516|
New trade theory (NTT) is a collection of economic models in international trade which focuses on the role of increasing returns to scale and network effects, which were developed in the late s and early s.. New trade theorists relaxed the assumption of constant returns to scale, and some argue that using protectionist measures to build up a huge industrial base in certain industries. Many emerging market economies actively seek to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) because they believe that multinational enterprises will contribute to economic growth by creating new job opportunities, enhancing capital accumulation, and increasing total factor productivity (TFP). 1 In practice, these growth-enhancing effects have been difficult to : Rodolphe Desbordes, Loe Franssen. This article presents the transformation of foreign trade in 10 post-socialist countries, current members of the EU. Special focus is. OECD () ‘Intra-Industry and Intra-Firm Trade and the Internationalization of Production’, Economic Outlook, vol. 71, ch. vi. Google Scholar Riker, D. and S. L. Brainard () ‘US Multinationals and Competition from Low Wage Countries’, NBER Working Paper no. Cited by: 3.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vertical intra-industry trade between China and OECD countries. Paris: OECD, (OCoLC) Material Type. The highest shares of intra-industry trade with China are reported for Japan and the United to the large differences between China and the OECD countries in terms of factor endowments, we expect intra-industry trade to be of the vertical nature, i.e., two-way trade in varieties of a product characterised by different qualities.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Vertical intra-industry trade between China and OECD countries. Paris: OECD, (DLC) (OCoLC) The paper analyses vertical intra-industry trade between EU and Accession countries, and concentrates on two country-specific determinants: Differences in personal income distribution and in Author: Hubert Gabrisch.
"Intra-industry trade has been considered in international trade literature as the explanation of the unexpectedly large expansion of industrial trade among OECD countries, for which it represented more than two-thirds of their total international trade by the beginning of.
It is revealed that China has possessed the prerequisite of intra-industry trade and that China’s intra-industry trade follows similar patterns of those in developed countries as China is moving.
Table 1 presents intra-regional trade in East Asia in terms of exports in, and 2 Between andintra-regional trade in East Asia expanded by times, while world trade increased times during the same period.
Intra-regional trade reached almost half of total East Asian trade in Countries throughout the region and at various stages of development were drawn Cited by: Lisbeth Hellvin, "Vertical Intra-Industry Trade Between China and OECD Countries," OECD Development Centre Working PapersOECD Publishing.
Falvey, Rodney E., "Commercial policy and intra-industry trade," Journal of International Economics, Elsevier, vol.
11(4), pagesNovember. Rudolf Loertscher & Frank Wolter, Intra-industry trade Vertical IIT Horizontal IIT Input–output framework Grubel–Lloyd index Pollution haven Pollution terms of trade Labour employment India’s foreign trade A preliminary version of the paper was presented at the 23rd International Input–Output conference held Author: Paramita Dasgupta, Kakali Mukhopadhyay, Kakali Mukhopadhyay.
Quality differentiation and vertical intra-industry trade Since the s, two-way trade flows within the same industries between countries with similar technological levels and with similar endowments has become both one of the most important empirical findings and one of the most theoretically investigated issue in international trade : Francesca Affortunato, Mariateresa Ciommi, Alessandro Crociata, Nicola Mattoscio.
Essay on International Trade - Inter- and Intra-Industry Trade Assignment Inter-industry trade refers to the international exchange of different products, whereas intra-industry trade usually involves trade in differentiated products and intermediate goods," say Jon Kendall, Donghyun Park and Park Donghyum (, p).
However, the OECD countries did raise the concern about whether China was benefiting more than its fair share from the intra-industry trade. Another point of contention came from how China carried out its vertical two–way trade. Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade in Agricultural and Food Products Between Poland and EU Countries; German Language Proficiency among Students of Business and Management in the Czech Republic and its Perception: The Importance of German Language Skills on the Labour Market and the Role of Universities in Foreign Language TrainingCited by: 5.
Vertical intra-industry trade between China and OECD countries On the measurement of Intra-industry trade: some further thoughts / by Stefano Vona Intra-industry foreign direct investment and intra-industry trade in Korea / Jung-Soo Seo, Jong-Soon Kan. But this has been changing quickly over the last couple of decades, and today trade between non-rich countries is just as important as trade between rich countries.
In the past two decades China has been a key driver of this dynamic: the UN Human Development Report () estimates that between andChina’s trade with Sub-Saharan. industry trade. As regards vertical intra-industry trade in the mutual trade of two countries, it will be driven by diﬀ erences in the capital-labour ratio between the countries in question.
Falvey () also argues that there is a direct relationship between quality and the capital-labour ratio, reﬂ ected in File Size: 1MB. A Practical Guide to Trade Policy Analysis aims to help universities in developing countries for training on trade policy analysis. Despite the growing use of available to analyse real world trade and trade policies.
The book starts with a discussion of the quantification of. In this paper, we tested if country similarity positively affects the index of vertical intra-industry trade share (VIIT), given that the lower developed country is bigger in size. By using the trade data of the cosmetic industry in China, we found that VIIT was higher when China traded with a country similar in size or similar in level of economic by: 2.
The level of intra/industry trade (IIT) is generally measured by the so/called Grubel and Lloyd () index. They defined IIT as the difference between the trade balance of industry and the total trade of this same industry.
In order to make the comparison easier between industries or countries, the index is presented as a ratio inCited by: 3. Figure depicts the evolution of the average intra-industry trade for countries in the Asia-Pacific region and for LAC (see appendix A “Trade in Value Added and Set of Countries” for the list of countries in each region).
The figure shows how intra-industry trade boomed in the Asia-Pacific region in the period – while increasing relatively slowly in Latin America, particularly Cited by: 1. • GVC links in developing countries can play an important role in economic growth. Domestic value added created from GVC trade can be very significant relative to the size of local economies.
In developing countries, for example, value added trade contributes some 28% to countries’ GDP on average, as compared with 18% for developed Size: 2MB.
This paper investigates the relationship between China’s trade agreements (TAs) and partner countries’ upgrade in global value chains (GVCs). We focus on the experience of China and relate China’s TAs with one belt and one road (OBOR) initiative.
A structural equation model (SEM) is applied on a dataset including countries and regions to identify the direct and indirect effects of Author: Fei Peng, Lili Kang, Taoxiong Liu, Jia Cheng, Luxiao Ren.
We estimate an empirical model in order to investigate the impact of domestic and international innovation on the pattern of intra-industry trade. We distinguish between horizontal and vertical (high-quality and low-quality) intra-industry trade, based on the methodology developed by Abd-el-Rahman () and Greenaway et al.
(, ). Hellvin L () Countries, vertical intra-industry trade between China and OECD. OECD Development Centre working papersOECD, Development Centre Google Scholar Hu X, Ma Y () International intra-industry trade of by: 4. The government of Canada further highlighted the importance and relevance of global value chains in the publication of a book assessing the impact and implication of GVCs (Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, ); and as of the edition of the OECD’s ICIO tables, Mexico is broken out as Mexico Global Manufacturers and Mexico.
“The Great Trade Collapse,” with R. Bems and R. Johnson, Annual Review of Economics, (5), “Vertical Linkages and the Collapse of Global Trade,” with R. Bems and R.C. Johnson, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, May(3), This study analyzes the effect of Japan’s foreign direct investment on Indonesia’s intra-industry trade (IIT) with Japan from IIT is decomposed into 3 types, horizontal IIT (HIIT), upper vertical IIT (UVIIT), and lower vertical IIT (LVIIT) which indicates quality.
The estimation result show that Japanese direct investment have a signiﬁcant role in enhancing bilateral : Afriandini Afriandini, Fithra Faisal Hastiadi.
Frontiers of Research in Intra-Industry Trade P.J. Lloyd, Hyun Hoon Lee P.J. Lloyd and Hyun-Hoon Lee have assembled an international cast of contributors to offer a selection of models examining the nature of intra-industry trade in several new areas of trade theory, in addition to empirical studies and analysis of much new data in trade patterns.
Hummels et al. () report results for ten OECD countries, in addition to four emerging market economies. The results indicate that VS accounts for 21 percent of the countries' exports and grew about 30 percent between and Camara () studies VS trade in developed countries only and concludes that this trade is significant to.
The effect of intra-industry trade is very heterogeneous across countries. In some countries, more intra-industry trade goes hand in hand with faster trade liberalization; in other countries we find just the opposite.
China is the only major trading power Cited by: 5. the bilateral trade cost between China and trade partner j in the year t. T it represents the actual total export of China to trade partner j. According to the formula (5), the weight of bilateral trade cost between China and 86 trade partners could be calculated.
The results of Chinese aggregate trade cost from to are shown in Table 1,Author: Tongsheng Xu, Xiao Liang. Montout, Sylvie and Mucchielli, Jean-Louis and Zignago, Soledad (): Horizontal and vertical intra-industry trade of Nafta and Mercosur: The case of the automobile industry.
Morales Meoqui, Jorge (): Comparative advantage and the labor theory of value. During the s a number of disputes centered on trade and investment in technology—and capital-intensive sectors.
These include so-called high-technology sectors (such as pharmaceuticals and aircraft), as well as some (such as autos) that are classified as medium-technology sectors because the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) definitions are based on research.
New OECD publications have been uploaded to the OECD iLibrary, a comprehensive digital repository of books, papers, and statistics from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).Titles recently added include: Main Economic Indicators (volumeissue 9)International Trade by Commodity Statistics (volumeissue 4: Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary.
CHANGING PATTERNS OF GLOBAL TRADE iv Foreign Contents in Gross Exports: High-Technology Sectors 19 Source of Change in Exports of Advanced Countries: – 21 High-Technology Export Growth 23 Technology Content of Exports 26 Export Similarity Index (ESI) by Destination in and China.
“ Vertical Specialization and Three Facts About U.S. International Trade.” North American Journal of Economics and Finance 16 (1): 35– Chen, S. and Ravaillon, M. Intra Industry Trade and shock asymmetry in a monetary union - A study of trade evolution in the Euro Zone - Johannes Ebert - Bachelor Thesis - Economics - Monetary theory and policy - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay.
This possibly results from the absence of a bilateral preferential trade agreement between Taiwan and ASEAN so far. Given the low possibility of reaching such an agreement in the near future, it is suggested that Taiwan and ASEAN should employ dynamic approaches to reap greater bilateral trade expansion and other economic : Truong Quang Hoan, Dong Van Chung, Nguyen Huy Hoang.
China and India, the two largest developing countries, are developing rapidly both inside themselves and towards global markets. Are these two economies dual or dueling. This 3-volume set tries to answer this question by providing comprehensive analyses scoping varied economic issues.
Wakasugi, R. (b), Vertical Intra-Industry Trade and Economic Integration in East Asia, Asian Economic Papers, 6(1): 26– CrossRef Google Scholar Zhang, Z. and Li, C. (), Country-Specific Factors and the Pattern of IntraIndustry Trade in China’s Manufacturing, Journal of International Development, 18, –Cited by: 1.
Vertical and Horizontal Intra-industry Trade: A Cross Industry Analysis for the United Kingdom. by Greenaway, David & Hine, Robert C.
& Milner, Chris Export market exit and performance dynamics: a causality analysis of matched firms.Finally, a greater amount of intra-industry trade (bilateral trade of similar goods) and similar trade specialization (same structure of exports to all trading partners) between two countries should be an indication that they have a similar industrial structure.
3 Therefore, if they are hit predominantly by industry-specific shocks, they should.Grubel and Lloyd () developed Intra-industry Trade Indexthe to measure trade in similar products between two countries or regions. It is a relatively simple index that does not differentiate between horizontal and vertical trade flows in similar products.
As highlighted by the OECD Economic Outlook (OECD, ), horizontal trade flows allow File Size: KB.