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|Series||Asia Pacific economic paper -- no. 368|
|Contributions||Australia-Japan Research Centre|
|LC Classifications||HF1008 .A76 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||2009396103|
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MEASURING TRADE AND TRADE POTENTIAL: A SURVEY. This paper provides a survey and a brief critical review of the literature on the widely used gravity models of trade, as a prelude to the justification of its use Measuring trade and trade potential book the stochastic frontier by: Trade potential is the trade achieved at a frontier that estimates a level of trade that might be achieved in the case of the most open and frictionless trade possible given current trade.
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izationorgFile Size: 1MB. The empirical evidence for the gravity equation in international trade is strong. Both the role of distance and economic size are remarkably stable over time, across diﬀerent countries, and using various econometric methods.
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