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Made in the World - Eine Initiative der WTO zur Erneuerung der Außenhandelsstatistik auf Wertschöpfungsbasis

  • Martin Klein


    (Faculty of Law and Economics, University of Halle-Wittenberg)

  • Tobias Weirowski
  • Dmitry Kamenev

The following article examines the Made-in-the-World initiative of the WTO from different angles. Methodological issues and methods for the conversion of foreign trade statistics on value-added basis are analyzed, primarily - those for the internationalization of the input- output accounts. Aspects of economic theory and economic policy of Made-in-the-World are portrayed. Renewal of the theory of compara- tive advantage in transnational supply chains and the potential impact of a new approach based on value chains of foreign trade for the in- ternational trade policy are discussed. Anti-dumping cases in the complex triangular relationship between the European Union, the World Trade Organization and the Peoples Republic of China are studied.

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Paper provided by Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena in its series Global Financial Markets Working Paper Series with number 42-2012.

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Date of creation: 22 Aug 2013
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Handle: RePEc:hlj:hljwrp:42-2012
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