Dissecting intra-industry trade
Johannes Van Biesebroeck ()
Economics Letters, 2011, vol. 110, issue 2, 71-75
We show that gradually most U.S. manufacturing trade has become intra-industry, even at the finest level of aggregation. This also holds for the E.U. and increasingly for China, but only if goods are not classified by quality; Japanese trade remains far more inter-industry.
Keywords: New; trade; theory; Trade; overlap; Product; differentiation; Product; quality (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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