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Elección de los Modos de Exportación: Evidencia de Empresas Peruanas

  • Ruiz, Manuel

    (Banco Central de Reserva del Perú)

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    En este documento se contrasta la hipótesis modificada de autoselección para empresas formales peruanas. Se consideran 3 tipos: aquellas que producen solo para el mercado interno, las que producen para el mercado interno y para el mercado externo indirectamente vía intermediarios comerciales, y aquellas que producen para el mercado interno y para el mercado externo directamente a través de filiales de distribución establecidas en el exterior, de acuerdo con Felbermayr y Jung (2011) y con Verma y Mc Williams (2013). Se utiliza un modelo de datos ordenados que permite discriminar entre estas tres categorías. Se encuentra que el ordenamiento para la elección de los modos de exportación se da a través de diferencias de productividad factorial total aproximadas por variables tales como el tamaño de la firma, entre otras.

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    Paper provided by Banco Central de Reserva del Perú in its series Working Papers with number 2014-004.

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