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Structural determinants of south-south trade expansion

United Nations. Industrial Development Organization.

Structural determinants of south-south trade expansion

their implications for the triangular industrial trade and cooperation among OPEC, NICs and LDCs

by United Nations. Industrial Development Organization.

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Published by UNIDO in [Vienna] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Dr. Alan M. Strout.
ContributionsStrout, Alan M., Dr.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 88 p.
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18145471M

2. Review on the Performances and Determinants of International Trade The world economy is increasingly integrating as global trade continues growing. In the recent decade, trade had experienced growths within a range of 7 to 9 percent (World Bank, , P. 41). However, trade performances and the distribution of its benefits vary across : Ambachew Mekonnen. Since the global financial crisis, however, the growth of trade has been sluggish and the expansion of GVCs has stalled. Meanwhile, serious threats have emerged to the model of trade-led growth. New technologies could draw production closer to the consumer and reduce the demand for by: 3.

  Structural interventions are fundamentally rooted in understanding, and often altering, the contexts through which health disparities emerge and persist. They tackle complex combinations of structural determinants of health, including culture, social position, racism, environmental settings, and Cited by: Zhu Liu takes integrated approach to assess the human impacts on the earth system in terms of greenhouse gas emissions (Nature , Nature ). Zhu has pioneered the study on anthropogenic carbon sink, the phenomenon and measurement that artifacts can uptake CO 2 from atmosphere (Nature Geoscience ).

A Practical Guide to Trade Policy Analysis aims to help available to analyse real world trade and trade policies. The book starts with a discussion of the quantification of trade flows and trade policies. Quantifying These are useful for understanding the determinants and patterns of trade and for assessing the trade effects of certain. structural bottlenecks in order to improve efficiency of intra-regional trade and distribution of goods (such as cereals) from surplus areas to deficit regions. Outline of the paper The rest of the brief is organized as follows. Section 2 teases out the key drivers of inflation in the region. Section 3 assesses other possible causes of Size: KB.


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Structural determinants of south-south trade expansion by United Nations. Industrial Development Organization. Download PDF EPUB FB2

South-South Trade presents a diversity of topics and approaches. On the supply side, the work is on identifying the determinants of the shifting comparative advantage over time of newly industrializing countries (NICs) and their impact on directions of by: 3.

Structural determinants of South-South trade expansion: their implications for the triangular industrial trade and cooperation among OPEC, NICs and LDCs Author: Alan Mayne Strout ; United Nations Industrial Development Organization.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine patterns and determinants of trade among developing countries (South-South trade), with emphasis on the role of production sharing in global economic integration of the Southern economies. Design/methodology/approach - The paper begins with an analytical narrative of the emerging trends.

South South trade: theory, evidence, and policy (English) Abstract. Recently a number of commentators have argued that trade policy in developing countries should be deployed discriminatorily to encourage the expansion of trade among southern countries.

Such a strategy is seen as being central in the framing of a new Cited by:   DETERMINANTS OF TRADE AND SPECIALIZATION IN THE ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO‐OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT COUNTRIES.

SERGE SHIKHER. Shikher: Department of Economics, Suffolk University, 8 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA Phone +1 ‐‐, Fax +1 ‐‐, E‐mail [email protected] Cited by: 1. The findings suggest that growth of South–South trade of Asian economies has not lagged behind what one would expect in terms of the standard determinants of trade potential, and that South–South trade is largely complementary to, rather than competing with, South–North by: 7.

The Determinants of Structural Transformation in Asia: A Review of the Literature Kunal Sen No. | March Kunal Sen (@) is Professor of Development Economics, Global Development Institute at the University of Manchester.

ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANKCited by: 4. The determinants of growth in the South African economy: CVAR analysis Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Governance and Regulation (print) 4(3) August with. Global Value Chains and South-South Trade A. Introduction The discussion on promoting South-South trade dates back to the s, when the development of countries emerging from the colonial era began to gain importance as an international policy objective.

Efforts to promote trade amongst developing countries surfaced duringFile Size: 2MB. Clearly, South-South trade has been a driver of world-trade growth for more than a decade and is today a very important component of world trade. The recent economic slowdown in some emerging economies, however, also reveals the dependencies and limitations of trade.

CHAPTER 5. ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION: LESSONS FROM PRACTICE Growth also tends to be unbalanced in the case of mineral dependent countries or slow and difficult to sustain in agrarian ones. Poverty-reducing, trade-driven, growth has been particularly difficult to achieve in countries whose economies are heavily dependent upon primary commodities.

Concluding remarks Using the structural decomposition method, the present paper has decomposed carbon emissions growth from energy consumption in China into 4 factors-carbon emissions intensity, technology, domestic final demand and trade, including 9 kinds of by: dominate South–South trade in terms of trade value.

But trade complementarity among developing countries is growing, suggesting new trading opportunities in interregional trade, e.g. between Africa and the Americas. The dynamic expansion of South–South trade in recent years refl ects an increase in. forces associated with growth and structural change in the economy and the overall macroeconomic climate as reflected in the real exchange rate, and the quality of trade related logistics are far more important in the expansion of South- South network trade.

The number of preferential trade agreements (PTAs) between low-income countries—so-called South-South trade agreements—, has increased dramatically in the last decade. Indeed, between andlow-income countries signed 70 new PTAs (WTO, ). South-South arrangements account for more than 50 percent of all new trade agreements.

and structural determinants of the HIV epidemic. The report also identified key populations and geographic areas where HIV prevalence is concentrated.

The South Africa HIV epidemic is heterogeneous within provinces, districts, and sub-districts. Thus, an effective response should be very localized and sharply Size: KB. Macroeconomic Determinants of International Trade Andrew K. Rose (1) Introduction. Much research on international trade patterns focuses on deep primitive causes of trade, such as differences in national factor endowments, preferences, or technologies.

Recent Books Earlier Books (by decade) Browse books by Series. A noteworthy recent development in world trade is the rapid expansion of processed food exports.

This development and its policy implications have received little attention in the literature on export-led industrialisation in developing countries (DCs).Cited by: Downloadable.

Hong Kong as a city-state economy often records current account surplus. Empirical results show that the surplus is positively related to trade openness, terms of trade, volatility of output gap, the M2-to-GDP ratio and the non-service-sector-to-GDP ratio, and is negatively associated with the old-age dependency ratio.

Among the explanatory variables, terms of trade and. African Perspectives on China-Africa: Gauging Popular Perceptions and their Economic and Political Determinants Abstract China’s recent political and economic inroads into Africa have generated much excitement in the current literature, with scholars and policymakers endeavoring to assess the merits and.

determinants of economic growth, an increase of exports contributes to an increase of economic growth. However, there are also some other indirect factors, which affect the causal relationship between exports and economic growth. Ricardo in his study innotes that trade facilitates products output with a.The trade costs' direct effects on trade, which occur because trade costs differ across countries and industries, is found to be moderate.

However, trade costs' indirect effect, whereby they interact with other determinants of trade, is very significant. For example, trade costs strongly link preferences with specialization and net exports.South South trade: theory, evidence, and policy (Inglês) Resumo.

Recently a number of commentators have argued that trade policy in developing countries should be deployed discriminatorily to encourage the expansion of trade among southern by: