Domino effects in Western European trade, 1960-92
This paper uses a standard gravity equation to test the hypothesis of domino effects in Western Europe. The question being addressed is whether increased integration within the EC has impacted negatively on non-members and thereby prompted their application for EC membership. The paper finds that the EC’s Internal Market programme may have caused such an effect on EFTA member countries.
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|Date of creation:||2001|
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|Publication status:||Published in: European journal of political economy (2001) v.17,p.377-388|
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