The Impact of Historical and Regional Networks on Trade Volumes within the Western Hemisphere: A Gravity Analysis across Sectors
H. Mikael Sandberg and
James Seale ()
No 120071, 2012 Annual Meeting, February 4-7, 2012, Birmingham, Alabama from Southern Agricultural Economics Association
This paper identifies and analyzes the effects of existing trade networks on bilateral trade volumes in the Western Hemisphere by applying the gravity model of international trade to two data-sets, one encompassing bilateral trade volumes of agricultural products and one encompassing bilateral trade volumes of manufactured goods.
Keywords: International trade; gravity models; history; regional trade agreements.; International Relations/Trade; F1 (International trade); F15 (Economic integration); F54 (Post-colonialism); F55 (International institutional arrangements). (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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