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El comercio intraindustrial argentino: evolución y características en la convertibilidad y la postconvertibilidad

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  • De Cicco, Javier Alfredo
  • Calá, Carla Daniela
  • Berges, Miriam

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El comercio intraindustrial es el intercambio internacional de productos dentro de una misma categoría o sector de actividad económica, elaborados con similares dotaciones de factores. Este tipo especial de comercio, que no puede ser explicado por las teorías tradicionales, ha demostrado traer beneficios superiores al interindustrial para las economías que lo practican. El objetivo de este trabajo es describir las características del comercio intraindustrial verificado entre Argentina y sus principales socios comerciales durante el período 1992-2007. En particular, se pretende identificar en qué rubros económicos y con cuáles naciones es más dinámico. Las conclusiones principales son: i) que el comercio intraindustrial nacional se concentra en pocas ramas de producción manufacturera, en especial, la del sector automotor; ii) que el mismo se efectúa en una proporción mayor con los países del MERCOSUR, en particular, con Brasil; y iii) que éste tiende a ser superior con los países latinoamericanos más cercanos geográficamente, aquellos que poseen similar complejidad de demanda y dotación relativa de factores productivos y que, a su vez, han firmado acuerdos de preferencias comerciales con Argentina.

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  • De Cicco, Javier Alfredo & Calá, Carla Daniela & Berges, Miriam, 2013. "El comercio intraindustrial argentino: evolución y características en la convertibilidad y la postconvertibilidad," Nülan. Deposited Documents 1899, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Centro de Documentación.
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