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Efectos de derrame y de retroalimentación industrial en América del Norte: un enfoque nacional e internacional

  • Marco Antonio Márquez Mendoza

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    (Facultad de Economía, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.)

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    The nation’s economic strategy has been the formation of trade blocks under the theory of comparative advantage. However, empirical evidence shows that the multipliers of trade on economic structure not all countries are as predicted by theory. This paper analyzes Feedback and Spillover effects for International Coefficients Matrix in North America constructed with Chenery - Moses model and the UNCTAD data. In the Canadian economy structure the trilateral matrix results suggests that the Feedback and Spillover effects are significant on the demand side whereas in the case of Mexico they are higher in the supply side. In regard to the United States, Feedback and Spillover are significant on the supply and demand side. Also the results conclude that Spillovers from United States to its partners business by exports and imports are lower than those from Canada and Mexico to United States.

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    Volume (Year): XXXI (2012)
    Issue (Month): 1 (May)
    Pages: 1-34

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    Handle: RePEc:ere:journl:v:xxxi:y:2012:i:1:p:1-34
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