Trade Linkages and the Trade Matrices in the OECD Interlink Model
AbstractThis paper provides a mainly graphical summary of the trade matrices underlying the OECD’s international macroeconomic model Interlink. In doing so it gives a snapshot of the geographical nature of global trading relationships, in particular between individual OECD countries and the main non-OECD regions, distinguishing trade in manufactures non-manufactures and non-factor services. It also serves more broadly as a 'ready reckoner' guide to the sensitivity of shocks that are transmitted through trade. The sources and methods used to construct the matrices are also described in annexes ... Les relations commerciales et les matrices de commerce dans le modele interlink de l'OCDE Ce document résume sous forme principalement graphique les matrices de commerce qui sont à la base d'INTERLINK, le modèle macroéconomique international de l'OCDE. Ce faisant, il donne un instantané du caractère géographique des relations globales de commerce, en particulier entre les pays individuels membres de l'OCDE et les principales régions non-OCDE, en distinguant commerce de produits manufacturés, non-manufacturés et services hors revenus d'investissement. Ce document sert aussi plus généralement comme guide "prêt-à-l'emploi" de la sensibilité aux chocs transmis par le commerce. Les sources et méthodes utilisées à la construction des matrices sont aussi décrites en annexe ...
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by OECD Publishing in its series OECD Economics Department Working Papers with number 310.
Date of creation: 15 Oct 2001
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trade; trade matrices; International macroeconomic model; marchés financiers internationaux;
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