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List of Tables Table 2.1. Countries Whose Trade Reports Were Used to Construct the Data for the Dependent Variables 28 Table 2.2. Countries Whose Trade Performance Measures Were Used in the Analysis 29 Table 2.3. Western Countries Used in Estimating Trade Equations 38 Table 4.1. Summary of the Hypotheses, Indicating Their Relevance in Comparing the Schumpeterian and Neoclassical Paradigms 84 Table 4.2. The Groupings of SITC Categories Used for Construction of Revealed Comparative Advantages 93 Table 4.3. The Revealed Comparative Advantages for Ricardo Goods, 1975-1983 102 Table 4.4. Revealed Comparative Advantages of Heckscher-Ohlin Goods, 1975-1983 103 Table 4.5. The Revealed Comparative Advantages of Product-Cycle Goods, 1975-1983 104 Table 4.6. The Shares of lntraindustry Trade in Total Trade, 19751983 107 Table 4.7. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Industries with Large-Scale Economies, 1975-1983 109 Table 4.8. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Industries with Diseconomies of Scale, 1975-1983 110 Table 4.9. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Produced in Sectors That Use R & D Inputs Intensively, 1975-1983 111 Table 4 10. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Produced in Sectors Having High Patent-to-Sales Ratios, 1975-1983 112 Table 4.11. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Produced in Sectors Having High Product Patent-to-Sales Ratios, 19751983 114 Table 4.12. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Produced in Sectors Having High Process Patent-to-Sales Ratios, 19751983 115 Table 4.13. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Produced in Industries That Have High Pollution Costs, 1975-1983 117 Table 4.14. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Sectors That Have a High Level of Concentration in Western Europe, 1975-1983 118 Table 4.15. Revealed Comparative Advantages in Markets in Which Product Differentiation Is High, 1975-1983 120 xii List of Tables Table 4.16. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Produced in Sectors in Which Intra-MNC Exchanges Are Significant, 19751983 122 Table 4.17. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Produced in Sectors in Which the Entry of New Firms is Significant, 19751983 124 Table 4 18 The Revealed Comparative Advantages for Convenience Goods, 1975-1983 126 Table 4.19. The Revealed Comparative Advantages of ExperienceDurable Goods, 1975-1983 127 Table 4.20. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods that Are Heavily Advertised in Western Markets, 1975-1983 129 Table 4.21. Revealed Comparative Advantage for Goods That Are Little Advertised in Western Markets, 1975-1983 130 Table 4.22. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Industrial Consumer Goods, 1975-1983 132 Table 4.23. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Used by Industry, 1975-1983 133 Table 4.24. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Food, 1975-1983 134 Table 4.25. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Goods Consumed Disproportionately by High-Income Countries, 1975-1983 136 Table 4.26. Revealed Comparative Advantages for Luxury Goods, 1975-1983 137 Table 6.1. The Predictive Ability of Two Models of Trade: R-Squares between Actual and Predicted Values of Resource Endowments for 46 Market Economies 165 Table 6.2. Measures of The Degree to Which Trade Data Conform to Patterns Predicted by Models of Trade 166 Table 6.3. Capital and Labor Endowments Implicit In Trade Patterns, 1975 168 Table 6.4. Land Endowments Implicit in Trade Patterns, 1975 173 Table 6.5. Endowments of Ores and Mineral Fuels Implicit in Trade Patterns and Actual Endowments, 1975 175 Table 6.6 Capital Stock Per Capita Embodied in Trade Patterns: 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 177 Table 6.7. Professional and Technical Labor Embodied in Trade Patterns : 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 178 Table 6.8 Skilled Labor Embodied in Trade Patterns: 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 179 Table 6.9. Illiterate Labor Embodied in Trade Patterns: 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 180 Table 6.10. Value of Ores Per Capita Embodied in Trade Patterns: 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 181 List of Tables XlIl Table 6.11. Coal Per Capita Embodied in Trade Patterns: 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 182 Table 6.12. Oil Per Capita Embodied in Trade Patterns: 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 183 Table 6.13. Value of Fuel Per Capita Embodied in Trade Patterns: 1966, 1972, 1975-1983 184 Table 7.1. Error Statistics Calculated from Equations Reflecting the HO Model 206 Table 7.2. Error Statistics Calculated from Equations Reflecting the PE Model 208 Table 7.3. Error Statistics from the HO Model with a Proxy for Government Intervention 219 Table 7.4. Error Statistics from the PE Model with a Proxy for Government Intervention 220 Table C...

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ISBN
9781400860869
MARC Record
OCLC
889251668
Pages
290
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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