Intra-industry trade of Hungarian agricultural products and the EU-accession
AbstractThis paper analyses structural changes in Hungarian agricultural trade after EU accession, especially considering intra-industry trade. Results suggest that EU accession raised the intensity of trade contacts but had a negative impact on trade balance. After accession, national agricultural exports by countries and products has shown a high but decreasing level of concentration, while in the case of agricultural imports, concentration was increasingly high by country and constantly low by product. Agricultural trade between Hungary and EU-15 is basically inter-industrial in nature, though the role of intra-industry trade is increasing.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Research Institute for Agricultural Economics in its journal Studies in Agricultural Economics.
Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 111 (March)
EU-accession; agriculture; intra-industry trade; International Relations/Trade;
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