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Global Production Networks and Regional Integration

  • Sven W. Arndt

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    (Lowe Institute of Political Economy, Claremont McKenna College)

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    This paper examines the implications of cross-border production fragmentation in the context of regional integration, using both general- and partial-equilibrium approaches. It shows the conditions under which fragmentation converts a trade-diverting FTA into a trade creating one. It assesses the effect of fragmentation on the balance of payments and the sensitivity of trade flows to exchange-rate changes.

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    Length: 25 pages
    Date of creation: 2003
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