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Title:Pursuing manufacturing-based export-led growth: Are developing countries increasingly crowding each other out? PDF Logo
Authors:Razmi, Arslan
Issue Date:2006
Series/Report no.:Working Paper, University of Massachusetts, Department of Economics 2006-05
Abstract:This study empirically investigates the presence of crowding out effects emerging from intra-developing country competition in export markets for manufactured goods. Export equations are estimated for a panel consisting of twenty major developing country exporters of manufactures, after developing weighted price and quantity indexes based on their exports to thirteen major industrialized countries. The results indicate that in spite of an increase in the elasticity of industrialized country expenditures on imported products, crowding out effects became much more significant in the 1990s. The estimated crowding out effects vary across time periods, SITC categories, and levels of technological sophistication of exports.
Subjects:crowding out
export displacement
real exchange rates
intra-developing country competition
dynamic panel data techniques
generalized method of moments
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Working Papers, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts

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