home market effect and bilateral trade patterns by Gordon H. Hanson

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  • International trade -- Econometric models.,
  • Balance of trade -- Econometric models.

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StatementGordon H. Hanson, Chong Xiang.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 9076, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9076.
ContributionsXiang, Chong., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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Pagination45 p. :
Number of Pages45
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Open LibraryOL22441227M

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Introduction. Hanson and Xiang () develop a multi-sector, monopolistic competition model and use it to reveal a systematic relationship between the strength of the home-market effect and industry characteristics.

1, 2 The multisectoral nature of their model, by suggesting “treatment” and “control” sectors, allows them to devise a difference-in-difference gravity approach to Cited by: 4. The home market effect is a hypothesized concentration of certain industries in large markets.

The home market effect became part of New Trade h trade theory, the home market effect is derived from models with returns to scale and transportation costs. When it is cheaper for an industry to operate in a single country because of returns to scale, an industry.

The Home Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns Gordon H. Hanson, Chong Xiang. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in July NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment Program We test for home-market effects using a. Cong S.

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Pte. Ltd. The Home Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns By Gordon H. Hanson and Chong Xiang* Abstract. We develop a monopolistic-competition model of trade with many industries to examine how home-market effects vary with industry characteristics.

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Gordon H. Hanson & Chong Xiang, "The Home Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Get this from a library. The Home Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns. [Gordon H Hanson; Xiang Chong] -- We test for home-market effects using a difference-in-difference gravity specification.

The home-market effect is the tendency for large countries to be net exporters of goods with high transport. Get this from a library. The home market effect and bilateral trade patterns. [Gordon H Hanson; Chong Xiang; National Bureau of Economic Research.].

The Home Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns Gordon H. Hanson Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies University of California, San Diego and National Bureau of Economic Research Chong Xiang Department of.

Request PDF | On Apr 1,Cong S. Pham and others published The home-market effect and bilateral trade patterns: A reexamination of the evidence | Find, read and cite all. This paper finds that the evidence for the home market effect (HME) found by Hanson and Xiang (AER, ) home market effect and bilateral trade patterns book sensitive to the way the dependent and the independent variables are constructed.

Second, we also find that the HME evidence goes away when we estimate their difference-in-difference gravity model on a truncated sample of positive trade. The home-market effect implies a link between a country's market size and its exports that does not exist in trade models that are based solely on comparative advantage.

One approach to identify home-market ef- fects uses the correlation between industry sup- ply and industry demand across countries. The Home Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns Gordon H.

Hanson and Chong Xiang NBER Working Paper No. July JEL No. F0, F1 ABSTRACT We test for home-market effects using a difference-in-difference gravity specification. The home-market effect is the tendency for large countries to be net exporters of goods with high transport.

The home-market effect and bilateral trade patterns: a reexamination of the evidence Pham, Cong s., Lovely, Mary E. and Mitra, DevashishThe home-market effect and bilateral trade patterns: a reexamination of the : Cong S.

Pham, Mary E. Lovely, Devashish Mitra. The Home-Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns: A Reexamination of the Evidence. Cong S. Pham, Mary E. Lovely. and Devashish Mitra. The working papers are a series of manuscripts in their draft form. Please do not quote without obtaining the author’s consent as.

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