The Chinese Export Bundles: Patterns, Puzzles and Possible Explanations
AbstractUsing product-level data on exports from different cities within China, this paper investigates the contributing factors to the rising export sophistication. [WP no. 226].
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India; city; cities; china; export structure; export sophistication; high tech zones; human capital; economies; economy; dollars; developed countries; product level;
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