Industry, Foreign Trade and Development: Econometric Models of Africa, Asia and Latin America 1965-2003
We present the estimation of several equations which relate Imports, Exports, Industry and Non-Industrial Services in Northern Africa, India, China, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and other countries. The models have into account supply and demand sides and the important relation between Industrial development and the other variables of the analysis. The main results support the important role of intermediate inputs on development and that developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America need to improve industrial development and to have into account foreign trade restrictions and opportunities for economic development.
Volume (Year): 4 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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