La competitividad del aguacate mexicano en el mercado estadounidense
[The competitiveness of the Mexican avocado in the American market]
Resumen El objetivo de esta investigación consiste en analizar la competitividad de las exportaciones del aguacate mexicano hacia Estados Unidos. Para tal fin, se aplica el Índice de Ventaja Relativa de Exportación (VRE) y el método de Participación Constante de Mercado (CMS). Los resultados sugieren que México es altamente competitivo en las exportaciones de aguacate y que esta tendencia parece sostenerse en los próximos años. Abstract This research aims to analyze the competitiveness of the Mexican avocado in the USA market. To this end, the Revealed Comparative Advantage Index (RCAI) and the Constant Market Share method (CMS) are applied. The results suggest that Mexico is highly competitive in the avocado exports and this trend seems to continue in the forthcoming years.
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- Ahmadi-Esfahani, Fredoun Z., 1995. "Wheat market shares in the presence of Japanese import quotas," Journal of Policy Modeling, Elsevier, vol. 17(3), pages 315-323, June.
- Keld Laursen, 1998. "Revealed Comparative Advantage and the Alternatives as Measures of International Specialisation," DRUID Working Papers 98-30, DRUID, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Industrial Economics and Strategy/Aalborg University, Department of Business Studies.
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