An empirical analysis of competition in export and domestic markets

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Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, H.M.S.O. , Paris, London
Marketing., Competition., O.E.C.D. countries -- Commerce -- Mathematical mo
Statementby Raoul Gross and Michael Keating ; O.E.C.D. trade model, 1970 version, by Frans Meyer-zu-Schlochtern and Akira Yajima.
Series"Economic Outlook" occasional studies / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, "Economic Outlook" occasional studies (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
ContributionsGross, Raoul., Keating, Michael., Meyer-zu-Schlochtern, Franciscus., Yajima, Akira.
The Physical Object
Pagination51p. ;
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Open LibraryOL23127666M
ISBN 100119203839

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This review of the empirical literature shows that industries with more intense domestic competition will export more. Competition law enforcement can be traced to export performance and is complementary to trade reforms. Pro-competition market regulation that reduces restrictions and promotes competition, where it is viable, is an important.

Residual exports and domestic demand: an empirical analysis Muñoz Sepúlveda, Jesús A. flows has promoted competition in domestic and export markets. In this sense, the relationship between the domestic demand growth and the incentives to enter and stay in export markets has been a widely discussed topic for a long time.

In general, it is. intensive domestic competition, proxied by business freedom, tends to hinder the growth rate of an market competition and economic growth, and the presence of obstacles to the effective Section 3 outlines data and methodology, then presents the empirical analysis and discusses the results.

Finally, section 4 concludes with policy.

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Vietnam increased their export market share incompared with export market share, by 17, 15, 10, 9, and 18 percent respectively. Sri Lanka’s share in the world total export has declined drastically from year to (Table ).

Based on the International Trade Center (ITC). This paper attempts to evaluate the effects of industrial de-licensing of and WTO-induced tariff-reforms of on domestic competitiveness and export performances of the Indian manufacturing during the post Unlike existing empirical studies not backed by theoretical underpinnings, the paper has been founded on an open-economy-oligopoly-model framework.

Relationship of Export Market Orientation, Selected Export Strategy, and Export Performance: An Empirical Study By B. Peter Hoang. Ming Chuan University, China Abstract-Since its introduction, market orientation (MO) has emerged as a major construct within the strategic management literature.

The results for each market are reported in Table 2, Table 3, Table 4 and Table Table 2 we report the results for the US, the largest destination market in our data. The main features of this market are summarized in Beer Marketer's Insights (annual issues), the main source of information for the US beer industry.

24 Though imports experienced rapid An empirical analysis of competition in export and domestic markets book during the early s, they. IMPORT COMPETITION AND EXPORT MARKUPS and conclude that trade liberalization decreases product range.

They per-form empirical tests using US data to con rm their theoretical prediction. Mayer et al. () nd empirical evidence that rms choose to export more of their core product to a destination as competition intensi es.

Fan. Niels Haldrup: Empirical analysis of price data in the delineation of the relevant geographical market in competition analysis. Critical values for Co-integration Tests Long-Run Economic. This study examines whether domestic competition enhances competitiveness in international markets for Japanese manufacturing industries.

The study analyzes the effects of competition in Japanese industries, measured as the price–cost margin compared to that in US industries, on export and output market shares in OECD countries.

competition in the domestic market induces firms to reduce the set of produced products, and tougher competition in an export market induces exporters to reduce the set of exported products. We do not emphasize these results for the extensive margin because they are quite sensitive to the specification of fixed production and export costs.

The study analyzes the effects of competition in Japanese industries, measured as the price–cost margin compared to that in US industries, on export and output market shares in OECD countries.

how tougher competition in an export market induces a rm to skew its export sales towards its Although we focus our empirical analysis on the cross-section of export destinations for French domestic and export sales (a product mix response).

Iacovone and Javorcik () report that this. Yano, Makoto, "Trade Imbalance and Domestic Market Competition Policy," International Economic Review, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania and Osaka University Institute of Social and Economic Research Association, vol.

42(3), pagesAugust. Tae Hoon Oum & Anming Zhang & Yimin Zhang, This book addresses three important concepts in the economy—competition, innovation, and growth—using various cases and available data in Japan and other countries.

First, the authors discuss competition, including global competition, to provide a better understanding of competition policy in.

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In this paper, we have endeavored to analyze a sector-wise export performance of Pakistan using Revealed Comparative Advantage with the global market. Data for the periodHarmonized System (HS) /92 developed by the World Customs Organization (WCO) are employed in the analysis. To motivate our empirical analysis for the allocation effects of the ETR policy, we first add a We show that competition effects come into play as these rebates shift cutoffs in the domestic as well as the export market.

We try to abstract from entry and exit, but. Export Substitution Industrialization (ESI) or Export Led Industrialization (ELI) is a trade and economic policy aiming to speed up the industrialization process of a country by opening domestic markets to foreign competition in exchange for market access in other countries.

An Empirical Analysis of China’s Export Behavior by Valerie Cerra and Sweta C. Saxena* Abstract: This paper studies the behavior of China’s exports from the mids through Extensive quarterly data on values and quantities of major export products have been taken from Chinese customs statistics to form a panel data set.

A. Literature The classic comprehensive study of competition law is Control of Cartels and Monopolies: An International Comparison by Corwin Edwards, which was published in (3) This volume is a detailed study of competition law and practice around the world as it. This is because China exports many high-quality products that have very little domestic value added.

For example, Koopman et al. () show that China’s domestic value added in computers is only 5% value. We show that the results hold with and without China.

Figure 1 Quality leaders, Source: Authors' calculations. Import competition. An Analysis Of Exports And Growth In India: Some Empirical Evidence ( - ) are indications that India is building up new areas of strength in export markets by moving to in detail the methodology and formal techniques employed in the empirical analysis, as well as presenting the results obtained.

Section 4 summarises our main. 1 Cartels and Competition: Neither Markets nor Hierarchies Jeffrey Fear Harvard Business School Abstract: This article provides an overview on the rise and fall of cartels since the late 19th century when the modern cartel movement properly arrived with the rise of big business based on.

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1 Introduction Robert E. Baldwin New Analytical Developments and the Need for Empirical Analyses Increased interest in U.S. trade policy, stimulated by such factors as the massive U.S. trade deficit, a belief that intervention by foreign governments in international markets has given other countries a com.

This Chapter develops econometric modelling to test for relationships between firm size and exports under theoretical factors of technology, organization, and economies of scale.

We measured different and relevant variables. We specified the equations based on a carefully formulated hypothesis taking into account non-linearity in relationships between dependent and independent variables. Empirical Finance: Modelling and Analysis of Emerging Financial and Stock Markets Dr.

Sardar M. Islam, Dr. Sethapong Watanapalachaikul (auth.) The emphasis of this book is on understanding special characteristics of the financial systems of emerging markets, where the existence of market imperfections such as asymmetric information, adverse.

Lars Hornuf, Regulatory Competition in European Corporate and Capital Market Law. An Empirical Analysis. Cambridge: Intersentia, pages. ISBN: EUR This publication is a collection of articles that the author wrote in collaboration with Reiner Braun, Horst Eidenmüller and Engert.

Inthe book was accepted as dissertation by the Faculty of Economics. An Empirical Analysis of China's Agricultural Products Export Competitiveness. Fan Chenxin.

School of Economics Shanghai University. China [email protected] Abstract— Agriculture used to be China's advantageous industry, but now China's export competitiveness of.

industries static analysis of an environmental change that does not take into ac-count this repositioning is likely to be misleading, even in the very short run.

The product repositioning literature also employs different empirical tools than had been used to date, and the tools are relatively easy for competition analysis to access and use.This paper examines competition in the print newspaper advertising market in New Zealand, which involves paid daily and free weekly titles.

This is the first study to explore how different ownership structures across two newspaper segments affect the competitive forces in local geographic markets.Trade Policy Issues and Empirical Analysis - Ebook written by Robert E.

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