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empirical analysis of competition in export and domestic markets

Raoul Gross

empirical analysis of competition in export and domestic markets

by Raoul Gross

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Published by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Commerce.,
  • Competition.,
  • Commerce -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAnalysis of competition in export and domestic markets.
    Statement[Raoul Gross and Michael Keating]. OECD trade model : 1970 version / [Frans Meyer-zu-Schlochtern and Akira Yajima].
    SeriesOECD economic outlook : Occasional studies
    ContributionsMeyer-zu-Schlochtern, F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF1007 .G72
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 p. ;
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5231893M
    LC Control Number75302047

    This paper examines the relationship among Financial Development, Export and Economic growth in Nigeria. The ADF and PP test are used in checking the order of integration of the variables and Johasen co-integration methodology is employed to investigate the long run relationship among the variables. Time series data were collected between and Author: Ismaila Ahmed Sajo, Bin Li. first systematic and successful theory of export-led growth in his book "Wealth of Nations". This work gives a clue to understand that foreign trade between nations is a non-zero-sum-positive game and the economic progress is limited by the extent of the market. In Adam Smith's framework, export is a tool to dispose of the surplus output.

    Downloadable! This paper examines the implications of the European Union (EU) regional trade preferences for processed food trade between Greece and its EU partners, and between Greece and non-EU countries. The empirical analysis relies on the gravity model, and uses different estimation techniques. The results show that the EU regional trade preferences led to . Home and Foreign produce two goods, flowers and soybeans. Home exports the labor intensive flowers and Foreign exports the land intensive soybeans. Suppose that Home provides an export subsidy to its domestic flower producers. The provision of an export subsidy to flower producers by Home will cause.

    Abstract. This paper establishes an empirical link between firm capital structure and product-market competition using data from local supermarket competition. First, an event-study analysis of supermarket leveraged buyouts (LBO's) suggests that an LBO announcement increases the market value of the LBO chain's local rivals. 32 this occurs because domestic prices rise with the export subsidy, causing quantity demanded to fall. Box 3: Export subsidy in a large country case an export subsidy creates an incentive for producers to supply for export as opposed to domestic consumption. the withdrawal of supply from the domestic market causes domestic prices to rise. at.


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Empirical analysis of competition in export and domestic markets by Raoul Gross Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gross, Raoul. Empirical analysis of competition in export and domestic markets. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Export competitiveness: Why Domestic Market Competition Matters (English) 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 by: 1. 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 determinant for trade. The elimination of barriers to entry and rivalry, and a level playing field in upstream sectors contributes to export competitiveness.

Analysis of competition in export and domestic markets Author: Raoul Gross ; Michael Keating ; Frans Meyer-zu-Schlochtern ; Akira Yajima ; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. As competition is fiercer, foreign firms may reduce firms’ market shares and market power. Hence, the empirical model also includes a dummy indicating if a firm perceives foreign firms as direct competitors.

In this way, we control for competition both in domestic and foreign markets (Becker and Egger, ).Cited by: Export competitiveness: Why Domestic Market Competition Matters (Inglês) Resumo.

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 Cited by: 1. Empirical results are generally consistent with Porter's hypothesis; net export share is negatively related to industry concentration.

The competitiveness of agricultural inputs, R & D intensity, and trade barriers of other countries were also found to be important determinants of the performance of these industries in global by: export market share analysis by accounting for the foreign value added embodied in the production process and for the performance of national firms on their domestic market.

We also consider all the income from activities used in the production to address the manufacturing final demand, namely all activities within the manufacturing value chain.

The analysis begins by relating innovating firms and other important economic attributes of firms to export propensity. Later the importance of R&D intensity in explaining export is examined along with firms' profitability, capital intensity, firm size and technological by: Economic Analysis (, Vol.

45, No. 3‐4, 12‐34) 14 Empirical research on the international competitiveness of Chinese commercial banks After years’ development in the market economy, Chinese banking industry turns from a. The paper focuses on the delineation of geographic markets in competition analysis, investigating the use of tests of price co-movement in the market definition exercise.

To this end, the first part is devoted to a conceptual framework for market definition (adopted from Haldrup ()).Author: Niels Haldrup. An Empirical Analysis of Japanese Manufacturing Industries | This study examines whether domestic competition enhances competitiveness in international markets for Japanese manufacturing : Masatoshi Kato.

The implicit return on domestic and international sales: An empirical analysis of US and Japanese firms. Abstract. An empirical analysis of imputed returns on international and domestic sales suggests that neither US nor Japanese manufacturing firms consistently used domestic profits to subsidize foreign by: 3.

Joseph A. Clougherty & Anming Zhang, "Export Orientation and Domestic Merger Policy: Theory and Some Empirical Evidence," CIG Working Papers SP IIWissenschaftszentrum Berlin (WZB), Research Unit: Competition and Innovation (CIG).

The objective of our study is to conduct an empirical analysis of factors influencing the magnitude of cartel overcharges. The analysis is based on the largest data set of overcharge estimates that are associated with cartels operated during the last two centuries in different geographic and product by: The Impact of Exports on Innovation exports will increase the size of innovation rents and thereby increase French rms’ incentives to invest more in innovation.

Second, a competition e ect: namely, the expanded market for exports may attract new rms into the Chinese market and more generally it will raiseFile Size: KB. Banking sector is a good example in which there is an increase in the competition after the globalization (Ersin and Duran, ; Yüksel, ).

It is accepted as one of the sectors where technological advances are closely watched and most commonly by: 7. Export growth and factor market competition: theory and evidence⁄ Julian Emami Naminiy, Giovanni Facchini z, Ricardo A. Lopez x August 3, Abstract Empirical evidence sugges. 1 RIETI Discussion Paper Series E July Markups, Productivity, and External Market Development: An empirical analysis using SME data in the service industry KATO Atsuyuki Asian Development Bank Institute.

Sousa / Export Performance Measurement: An Evaluation of the Empirical Research in the Literature 6TABLE 1 Continued Authors Country ofStudy Sample size Industrial sector Firm size Data col-lection Response rate Nonresponse bias Key infor-mant Unit of analysis Statistical Analysis Yeoh () USA Multiple industries SML Survey % Tested.

The Belt and Road Initiative provides excellent opportunities of developing agricultural products trade. This paper presents the overview and the prospect of the agricultural trade between China and the Belt and Road countries, and uses RCA and TCI index to empirically analyze trade competition and complementarity of agricultural products between China and the Belt and Cited by: 7.This paper examines the determinants of export intensity in Kenyan manufacturing firms.

We use data from the World Bank enterprise survey and from it examine how firm characteristics explain export intensity. We use the Ordinary Least Squares estimation technique and Heckman sample selection model to estimate this relationship. The Heckman model is estimated in Author: Kipkurui Josphat Kipsaat.barriers to competition in the home market will result in excessive profits that in turn allow an exporting firm to price “unfairly” in foreign markets and thereby lead to material injury to domestic firms in the importing country.

This behavior, so the argument goes, is a justification for antidumping procedures as allowed under Article VI.