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Estimation of own- and cross-price elasticities of disaggregated imported and domestic goods in Russia

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  • Ivanova Nadezhda

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The paper employs panel data analysis to estimate price and income elasticities for disaggregated domestic and imported goods using the Budget Survey of Russian households and prices of imported and domestic goods in Russia. The project is implemented using two types of data: the national level data for average households and households differentiated by income, and the data for the average regional households. Three different specifications of the demand equations: the double-logarithmic, the Linear Approximation to the AIDS, and the specification derived from the maximization of the CES utility function, are estimated for eight categories of traded non-food goods. The application of the instrumental-variable estimators to the regional data enables the endogeneity biases of the elasticity coefficients to be substantially corrected. The results of estimations of elasticities of demand for domestic and imported goods obtained for households differentiated by income indicate certain differences between estimated elasticities. This fact may be important for evaluating the impact of implementation of price and tariff policies on consumers with different levels of income.

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Paper provided by EERC Research Network, Russia and CIS in its series EERC Working Paper Series with number 05-13e.

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Date of creation: 18 Oct 2005
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Handle: RePEc:eer:wpalle:05-13e

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Keywords: Russia; imported and import-competing domestic goods; price and income elasticities of demand; Armington elasticities; household expenditures; Russian regions; income deciles.;

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  1. Rutherford, Thomas & Tarr, David, 2008. "Regional household and poverty effects of Russia's accession to the world trade organization," Policy Research Working Paper Series 4570, The World Bank.
  2. Kirill Sosunov & Oleg Zamulin, 2007. "The inflationary consequences of real exchange rate targeting via accumulation of reserves," Working Papers, Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis WP13_2007_17, Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis.
  3. Ibon Galarraga & David Heres Del Valle & Mikel González-Eguino, 2011. "Price Premium for High-Efficiency Refrigerators and Calculation of Price-Elasticities for Close-Substitutes: Combining Hedonic Pricing and Demand Systems," Working Papers, BC3 2011-07, BC3.

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