2 edition of Economic regionalisation and intra-industry trade found in the catalog.
Economic regionalisation and intra-industry trade
|Statement||by Kiichiro Fukasaku ; Research Programme on Globalisation and Regionalisation.|
|Series||Technical papers ;, no. 53, Technical papers (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Development Centre) ;, no. 53.|
|Contributions||Research Programme on Globalisation and Regionalisation.|
|LC Classifications||HF3820.5 .F85 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||92210478|
A second broad reason that intra-industry trade between similar nations produces economic gains involves economies of scale. The concept of economies of scale, as we introduced in Production, Costs and Industry Structure, means that as the scale of output goes up, average costs of production decline—at least up to a point. References Ando, M  Fragmentation and vertical intra-industry trade in East Asia. North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 17 (3), – Crossref, Google Scholar; Athukorala, PC  Production networks and trade patterns in East Asia: Regionalization or globalization? Asian Economic Papers, 10 (1), 65– Cited by: 1.
"Trade Costs and Intra-Industry Trade," Review of World Economics, Vol. , No. 3, (with Peter Egger). "Economic Determinants of Free Trade Agreements," Journal of International Economics, No. 1, October , (with Scott L. Baier). The Economics of Intra-Industry Trade: A Survey - Volume 47 Issue - P.K.M. Tharakan.
Intra-industry trade refers to the exchange of similar products belonging to the same industry. The term is usually applied to international trade, where the same types . Though Lloyd () in his OECD investigation finds no evidence either for regionalization in the narrow sense, i.e. within Regional Free Trade Agree- JOURNAL OF ASIAN ECONOMICS, (4)2, ments (FTAs), trade within more broadly defined regions such as Cited by: 9.
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Get this from a library. Economic regionalisation and intra-industry trade: Pacific-Asian perspectives. [Kiichiro Fukasaku; Research Programme on Globalisation and Regionalisation.].
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regional and particularly intra-industry trade among the Pacific-Asian economies. It shows It shows that while there has been a recent surge in intra-regional trade, the economies in the regionAuthor: Kiichiro Fukasaku.
The book explores how the rise of intra-industry trade is affecting patterns of specialisation in the region, and appraises the role of multinational corporations and foreign direct investment.
Informed by the latest empirical economic thinking, this book is a rigorous examination of the influence of an emerging economic superpower, and the Author: Linda Yueh. Economic Regionalisation and Intra-Industry Trade Economic Regionalisation and Intra-Industry Trade The present paper examines the trade development of Pacific-Asian economies during the past decade from the perspective of regional integration.
Its main focus is on the development of intra-regional and intra-industry by: Get this from a library. Economic Regionalisation and Intra-Industry Trade Pacific-Asian Perspectives. [Kiichiro Fukasaku]. Economic Regionalisation and Intra-Industry Trade: Pacific-Asian Perspectives The present paper examines the trade development of Pacific-Asian economies during the past decade from the perspective of regional integration.
Its main focus is on the development of intra-regional and intra-industry trade. Therefore, we analyze the nature of that increase and more precisely, the determinants of intra-industry trade in this industry.
Through a gravity model integrating some country-specific and sector variables, we found that economic distance and market size have a predominant influence on horizontal intra-industry trade. Intra-industry trade implies, for a given country, a comparable amount of imports and exports of products either from the same industry or differentiated.
However, both classical and “new” trade theories imply that increased trade linkages also lead to increased specialization. The impact of increased specialization on the degree of comovement depends on the nature of specialization (intra- vs. inter-industry) and the.
In this paper, we study the intra-industry trade in the automobile industry within the NAFTA area. Our results highlight an increase in intra-industry trade since the beginning of the s. The importance of intra-industry trade is evaluated with the Grubel and Lloyd indicator ().Cited by: addition, intra-regional trade and financial linkages have further strengthened by the explosion in the number of regional trade agreements (from 5 in to in ).2 Second, intra-industry trade flows have contributed significantly to the unprecedented increase in global trade during the past two Size: KB.
international economics. The intra/industry trade has been an indicator widely used by scholars to assess the similarities and differences between trading partners. The intra/industry trade (IIT) literature began in s when Balassa () analyzed the trade within.
Intra-industry trade. Simultaneous exports and imports within the same industry are generally labelled as intra-industry trade. They typically occur among rich countries with a similar economic structure and level of development that are geographically close.
Intra-industry trade often accompanies foreign direct investment. The third edition of this book covers topics like Intra- Industry trade, Foreign Trade Policy, imperfect competition and the political economy of protection and international Institutions. However, the workhorse model of the literature on intra-industry trade (i.e.
Krugman, ) predicts that, in equilibrium, the industry volumes of production and trade are independent of the degree of scale economies. 2 Indeed, although an increase in the degree of scale economies (through an increase in Cited by: At least for the goods sector, the evidence is clear.
Intra-area transactions grew faster than those to the rest of world, and the latter rose faster than world trade. Given this “double growth” performance, there was no trade diversion in the static zero sum by: Regionalization and Regionalism: The Process of Mutual Interaction Naoko MUNAKATA* Abstract This paper analyzes the evolution of regionalism in Ea st Asia and derives implications for the role and influence of the United States and Japan in the region.
In the introductory section. This article belongs to the Special Issue on International Trade. Intellectual Property Rights and Bilateral Intra-Industry Trade Flows: An Intuitive Framework. Nasser Al-Mawali. Theoretical Economics Letters Vol.4 No Full-Text HTML XML Pub. Date: Octo.
Inaccording to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the United States exported $ billion worth of autos, and imported $ billion worth of autos. About 60% of U.S. trade and 60% of European trade is intra-industry trade. 27, 26, $, $, $, and $">.This third edition incorporates new methods of analysis, recent empirical work, and developments in the international economy.
New material is included on the specific factors model, the adjustment problem, intra-industry trade, trade policy and imperfect competition and the political economy of protection.A second broad reason that intra-industry trade between similar nations produces economic gains involves economies of scale.
The concept of economies of scale, as introduced in Cost and Industry Structure, means that as the scale of output goes up, average costs of .