Distance-sensitivity of German exports: first evidence from firm-product level data
Joachim Wagner ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2017, vol. 24, issue 3, 140-142
This article uses a tailor-made new data set of 7Â 580Â 251 observations for German exports at the firm-product-destination level to estimate a gravity equation and to investigate the link between the amount of firmsâ€™ exports and the distance to destination countries. It is shown that, in line with stylized facts based on aggregate data, the quantity of exports declines significantly with distance within a firm for a given product.
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