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A Omc Continua Promovendo O Comércio De Forma Desigual: Novas Evidências A Partir Dos Anos 1990

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  • MAGNUS DOS REIS
  • EDUARDO TRAPP SANTAROSSA
  • ANDRÉ FILIPE ZAGO DE AZEVEDO
  • SABINO DA SILVA PÔRTO JÚNIO

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O artigo fornece evidências que a OMC continuou tendo um impacto profundo sobre o comércio de seus países membros, no período 1990-2009, seguindo a contribuição original de Subramanian e Wei (2007). Para isto, utilizou-se o modelo gravitacional, através de efeitos fixos e com o estimador da PMVP, comparando a magnitude da abertura multilateral, entre países desenvolvidos e em desenvolvimento. Os resultados sugerem que os países em desenvolvimento, no período examinado, foram os que mais se beneficiaram do aumento do comércio mundial promovido pela OMC, ao contrário do que havia ocorrido, entre 1950 e 2000, conforme Subramanian e Wei (2007).
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  • Magnus Dos Reis & Eduardo Trapp Santarossa & André Filipe Zago De Azevedo & Sabino Da Silva Pôrto Júnio, 2014. "A Omc Continua Promovendo O Comércio De Forma Desigual: Novas Evidências A Partir Dos Anos 1990," Anais do XLI Encontro Nacional de Economia [Proceedings of the 41st Brazilian Economics Meeting] 120, ANPEC - Associação Nacional dos Centros de Pós-Graduação em Economia [Brazilian Association of Graduate Programs in Economics].
  • Handle: RePEc:anp:en2013:120
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