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Spécialisation et protection en présence de biens intermédiaires échangés

  • Lionel Fontagné

[fre] Spécialisation et protection en présence de biens intermédiaires échangés Les productions nationales incorporent une proportion croissante de biens intermédiaires importés. Ce résultat est vérifié indépendamment des chocs pétroliers pour la CEE. Il est donc nécessaire de prendre en compte les contenus en consommations intermédiaires importées lors de la mesure des spécialisations nationales : on parlera alors de spécialisation effective. La relation de cette dernière à la protection effective est instable à long terme, ce qui permet de tirer des conclusions normatives en matière de politiques tarifaires. [eng] Specialization and protection with traded intermediate inputs Domestic output integrates a rising part of imported intermediate inputs. This resuit is supported by EEC datas independantly of oil shocks. This phenomenon implies a reappraisal of the specialization indicators in the view of effective specialization. The long-term instability of the relation between effective protection and effective specialization leads to normative conclusions conceming tariff policies.

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Volume (Year): 42 (1991)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 51-74

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