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Competitiveness and the export performance of the euro area

Robert Anderton, Wim Melyn, Axel Jochem, N M Pakinezou, Javier Torres, Remy Lecat (), Roberto Tedeschi, Jurriann Eggelte, Ildeberta Abreu, Helvi Kinnunen, Rodrigo Oliveira-Soares, Iris Nelissen, Emanuele Breda (), Sonia Pokutova, Karin Wagner, Roberto De Santis (), Thomas Warmedinger, Filippo di Mauro (), Ekkehard Ernst (), Matthias Sydow, Tina Zumer, Jian-Guang Shen, Tobias Sebastian Blattner, Laurent Maurin, Mark Cassidy, Erik Walch and Laure Lalouette
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Roberta de Santis ()

No 30, Occasional Paper Series from European Central Bank

Abstract: Chapter 1 provides an overview and assessment of the price competitiveness and export performance of the euro area and the larger euro area countries, as well as an evaluation of how standard equations have been able to explain actual export developments. Chapter 2 carries out a constant market share analysis for the euro area and thereby sheds light on the reasons for movements in aggregate export market shares by looking at the sectoral and geographical composition of euro area exports. Chapter 3 looks at the evolution of the technological competitiveness of the euro area and major competitors JEL Classification: E3

Keywords: competitiveness; euro area; export (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2005-06
Note: 339014
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