Israel's foreign trade policy: The benefits of its reform
We use an empirical estimation procedure to examine the effect of macroeconomic variables of Israel's trading partners on the country's exports. The main goal of our study is to use the estimation results to point to the optimal trade policy for Israel, and compare it with the current policy.
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