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Title:Do economic integration and fiscal competition help to explain location patterns? PDF Logo
Authors:Volpe Martincus, Christian
Issue Date:2004
Series/Report no.:ZEI working paper B 15-2004
Abstract:Do trade integration and fiscal competition contribute to shape the economic landscape? The answer is yes. This paper uses a theoretical model and an econometric analysis of Brazilian regional manufacturing employment data over the period 1990-1998 to address this question. Brazil is a natural case study because this country liberalized trade during the 1990s and their sub-national governments engaged in a fiscal dispute. Econometric results show that trade liberalization has had an impact on spatial developments and this effect is increasing over time. Moreover, subsidies also exert an influence, but their relative importance is falling.
Subjects:Economic Integration
Fiscal Competition
Location Patterns
Manufacturing Industries
Brazil
JEL:F12
F15
H32
H71
R12
R30
R58
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:ZEI Working Papers, Zentrum für Europäische Integrationsforschung, Universität Bonn

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