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The Structure and determinants of East-West trade: a preliminary analysis of the manufacturing sector

Author: Neven, Damien J. ; Röller, Lars-HendrikINSEAD Area: Economics and Political Science In: European integration:trade and industry - Winters, L. Alan;Venables, Anthony J - 1991 - Book Language: EnglishDescription: p. 96-119.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask the Library for this chapter.Abstract: This paper tries to identify the comparative advantage of Eastern European countries and thereby characterise the trade that will take place between Eastern and Western Europe. The chapter proceeds by analysing the factor content of the actual trade between Eastern and Western Europe, which should "reveal" such comparative advantage. As mentioned above, whether a conflict can arise for Southern EC members between the implementation of the 1992 programme and trade liberalization with the East, will depend on the relative labour endowment and comparative advantage of Eastern Europe. The analysis of the comparative advantage revealed in East-West trade wil thus shed some light on the issue of whether the 1992 programme could be jeopardized by East-West trade liberalization
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This paper tries to identify the comparative advantage of Eastern European countries and thereby characterise the trade that will take place between Eastern and Western Europe. The chapter proceeds by analysing the factor content of the actual trade between Eastern and Western Europe, which should "reveal" such comparative advantage. As mentioned above, whether a conflict can arise for Southern EC members between the implementation of the 1992 programme and trade liberalization with the East, will depend on the relative labour endowment and comparative advantage of Eastern Europe. The analysis of the comparative advantage revealed in East-West trade wil thus shed some light on the issue of whether the 1992 programme could be jeopardized by East-West trade liberalization

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