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The internal geography of services value‐added in exports: A Latin American perspective

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  • Eduardo A. Haddad
  • Inácio F. Araújo

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We estimate the contents of services value‐added incorporated in goods exports in different countries in Latin America, exploring the local dimension of the results. We use inter‐regional input–output analysis to trace and map domestic value‐added embedded in those countries' exports. We add to the discussion of global value chains the internal, within‐country geography of trade in value‐added, since the set of locational preferences that help understanding the spatial patterns of natural resource‐intensive activities differ dramatically from that for services. Este artículo estima el contenido del valor añadido de los servicios incorporado en las exportaciones de bienes de diferentes países de América Latina, mediante una exploración de la dimensión local de los resultados. Se hizo un análisis interregional de input‐output para rastrear y mapear el valor añadido nacional incluido en las exportaciones de esos países. El artículo contribuye al debate sobre las cadenas de valor mundiales de la geografía del comercio interno, dentro del país, en cuanto al valor añadido, ya que el conjunto de preferencias de localización que ayudan a comprender los patrones espaciales de las actividades intensivas en recursos naturales difiere drásticamente del de los servicios. ラテンアメリカの各国における財輸出に組み込まれている付加価値サービスの内容を推計し、その結果の地域的な側面を調査する。我々は、地域間の産業連関分析を用いて、これらの国の輸出に組み込まれた一国内の付加価値を追跡し、マッピングする。ここでは、グローバル・バリュー・チェーンの議論に一国内の付加価値貿易の地理を加えるが、これは、天然資源集中型の活動の空間パターンの理解に役立つ立地選好の設定が、サービスの場合とは大きく異なるためである

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  • Eduardo A. Haddad & Inácio F. Araújo, 2021. "The internal geography of services value‐added in exports: A Latin American perspective," Papers in Regional Science, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 100(3), pages 713-744, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:bla:presci:v:100:y:2021:i:3:p:713-744
    DOI: 10.1111/pirs.12590
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