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Changing Trade Patterns in Manufactured Goods: An Econometric Investigation

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by B. Balassa & L. Bauwens
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Changing Trade Patterns in Manufactured Goods: An Econometric Investigation by B. Balassa & L. Bauwens

This volume examines the changing pattern of trade in manufactured goods by the use of econometric techniques. The method of investigation employed is cross-section analysis of data for thirty-eight developed and developing countries, for each of which manufactured goods accounted for at least 18 percent of total exports and surpassed $300 million in 1979. The results may further be interpreted in terms of the changes that occur in the pattern of specialization in the process of economic development.

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Pages: 219
Size: 8.0 MB
Publisher: North Holland
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781483297132 (DRM-PDF)

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