The role of extensive and intensive margins and export growth
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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


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StatementTibor Besedes̆, Thomas J. Prusa.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 13628, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 13628.
ContributionsPrusa, Thomas John., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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LC ClassificationsHB1
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FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL16412878M
LC Control Number2007616745

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We investigate and compare countries' export growth based on their performance at the extensive and intensive export margins. Our empirical approach is motivated by an extension to the Melitz () model of heterogeneous firms in which exporters are subject to a one-time sunk cost and also a per-period fixed by: The Role of Extensive and Intensive Margins and Export Growth: Format: Journal Article: Publication Date: November Published In: Journal of Development Economics: Description: We investigate and compare countries' export growth based on their performance at the extensive and intensive export margins. The role of extensive and intensive margins and export growth We investigate and compare countries' export growth based on their performance at the extensive and intensive export margins. Our empirical approach is motivated by an extension to the Melitz () model of heterogeneous firms in which exporters are subject to a one-time sunk cost. The intensive margin of a country’s export growth is attributable to its persistent export relationships—that is, exports of already exported products (old products) to already existing market.

Amiti and Freund () find the intensive margin plays a more important role in the growth of China’s exports between and than does the extensive margin. In addition to contributing to the intensive/extensive margin of the trade literature, we make a . Downloadable (with restrictions)! We investigate and compare countries' export growth based on their performance at the extensive and intensive export margins. Our empirical approach is motivated by an extension to the Melitz () model of heterogeneous firms in which exporters are subject to a one-time sunk cost and also a per-period fixed cost. Our investigation showed that intensive margin of exports and quantity component of exports was important contributor of the export growth. The result further pointed out that final goods are more important in exports growth than these goods were a decade by: 1. a more important role in export growth than the extensive margin. Using data from countries over the period to , Helpman et al. () show that the rapid growth of trade was mostly driven by the intensive margin. Further examples of studies that have shown the importance of the intensive margin in export growth.

The increase in Extensive exports; the qualitative increase, and the increase in intensive exports means the quantitative increase. The export data obtained is used as a dependent variable in the models. The impact of technological innovation on extensive and intensive margin was analyzed by Panel ARDL : Wei-Chih Chen. Recent empirical research in international trade emphasizes the role of the extensive and intensive margin to the export growth. This paper examines the sources of export growth in Turkey. For this purpose, the study decomposes Turkey’s export growth into extensive and intensive margins by using two methodologies, the count method and the decomposition method of export growth shares. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We investigate and compare countries ’ export growth based on their performance at the extensive and intensive export margins. Our empirical approach is motivated by an exten-sion to the Melitz () model of heterogeneous firms in which exporters are subject to a one-time sunk cost and also a per-period . CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We investigate and compare countries ’ export growth based on their performance at the extensive and intensive export margins. We decompose these margins into three distinct components: establishing new partners and markets, having relation-ships survive or persist, and deepening existing relationships.