R&D intensity, financing cost and antidumping
Veysel Avsar ()
Applied Economics, 2018, vol. 50, issue 39, 4275-4285
Existing studies have established a stylized fact that worldwide antidumping (AD) activity is concentrated in R&D intensive industries. We build on this issue and analyse the effect of the interaction between financing costs and R&D intensity on AD practices using cross-country cross-industry data. Our findings suggest that R&D intensive industries file disproportionately more AD investigations when financing cost is high.
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