The Export Performance of the Euro Area countries in the period 1996-2007
AbstractThis paper studies the export performance of the Euro Area and the majority of the Euro Area countries through a Constant Market Share Analysis. We keep a special focus on the three largest countries: Germany, France and Italy. The Constant Market Share Analysis provides a breakdown of an economy’s export performance into the separate components that are due to a Structure Effect, resulting from the product and destination market of its exports, and a broad Competitiveness Effect which is a residual category assumed to capture both price and non-price competitiveness.
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Constant Market Share Analysis; Export Performance; Specialization; Competitiveness; Euro Area.;
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