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Brazilian states’ domestic-foreign export capacities and market orientations in the 1990s

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  • Ayçil Yücer

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    (LEDa, UMR DIAL-Université Paris-Dauphine)

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    (english) We analyze the integration of Brazilian states into domestic and foreign markets from the point of view of their supply conditions. The study period takes in the country’s fast liberalization process with its two sub-periods (1991 and 1997-99). We estimate the states’ domestic and foreign market export capacities by a gravity model of trade in keeping with the work of Redding and Venables (2004a, 2004b). Results show that the states with better foreign export capacities are not necessarily the same as those that perform better on the domestic market, where domestic market trade is measured in terms of inter-state trade._________________________________ (français) On analyse l'intégration des états brésiliens au marché domestique et international du point de vue de leurs capacités d'offre dans les années d'ouverture commerciale. Les données disponibles permettent de caractériser l'évolution entre 1991 (la seule année disponible pour le début de période) et les années 1997-1998-1999. Notre modèle de gravité, inspiré de Redding et Venables (2004a, 2004b), estime séparément les capacités d'exportation des états vers le marché domestique et international. Les résultats montrent que les états les mieux classés en termes de capacités d'exportation vers le marché international ne sont pas les mêmes que les plus performants sur le marché domestique, c'est-à-dire dans le commerce entre les états brésiliens. terme d’ autre part.

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    Paper provided by DIAL (Développement, Institutions et Mondialisation) in its series Working Papers with number DT/2012/08.

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    Length: 36 pages
    Date of creation: Sep 2012
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    Handle: RePEc:dia:wpaper:dt201208

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    Keywords: Trade Integration; Brazil; Gravity Model;

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