Inter-Regional Trade, Inter-Sectoral Trade, and Productivity
Lorenzo Caliendo (),
Fernando Parro (),
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg () and
Pierre Daniel Sarte ()
No 1285, 2013 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
What do changes in sectoral/regional productivity look like? How do they aggregate up? In this study we quantify the importance of sectoral and regional propagations of disaggregated changes in productivity. To do so, we use a multi-region, multi-sector model to identify the changes in sectoral and regional productivities over time for the U.S. economy. Our estimates of productivities allows us to determine which states and sectors have the largest and smallest impact on neighboring regions or closely related sectors as well as the economy at large.
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