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Authors: 
Jaklič, Andreja
Damijan, Jože P.
Rojec, Matija
Ferjančič, Maja
Year of Publication: 
2008
Series/Report no.: 
LICOS Discussion Paper 202
Abstract: 
Remarkable growth of export perfirmance of transition economies has been one of the most outstanding features of the transition and EU integration processes. The paper looks at the reasons behind this phenomenon. Following Redding and Venables (2003, 2004), and Fugazza (2004), we distinguish between foreign/EU market access and internal supply capacity factors. EU market access has been of great importance for export perfirmance but does not explain the inter country differences. Inter country differences in export perfirmance are explained by internal supply capacity factors, where stable institutional setup, structural refirms, and targeted FDI are in the forefront.
Subjects: 
export performance
transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe
(EU) market access
supply capacity
institutional setup
FDI
JEL: 
F12
F15
F21
O10
P30
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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