DETERMINANTS OF INTRAINDUSTRY TRADE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND INDUSTRIAL NATIONS
Don Clark and
Denise Stanley ()
International Economic Journal, 2003, vol. 17, issue 3, 1-17
This paper investigates determinants of intraindustry trade between the United States and twenty-two industrial nations. Included here are country-level characteristics suggested by modern models of monopolistic competition and trade and industry-level variables relating to imperfect competition, scale economies, and product differentiation. Country-level determinants of intraindustry trade include relative factor endowment differences, relative country size differences, distance, trade orientation, and the trade balance. Measures of factor intensity, scale economies, market structure, and product differentiation are included as country-level variables. Findings generally support predictions of modern trade theories. [F1]
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