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Previous research has shown that trade and FDI are beneficial to countries' economic development. Using data from the period of to , I find that imports, FDI and international call traffic all significantly promote TFP growth in developing countries, and that human capital enhances the effects of imports on TFP. There is a general consensus that, overall, countries gain from openness through trade and foreign direct investment FDI. Indeed, mutual gains from trade are the main driving forces for countries to engage in regional or multilateral free trade negotiations.

Trade Openness and Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from Transition Economies

The relationship between trade openness and economic growth is ambiguous from both theoretical and empirical point of view. The theoretical propositions reveal that while trade openness leads to a greater economic efficiency, market imperfections, differences in technology and endowments may lead to adverse effect of trade liberalisation on individual countries. In this chapter, we re-examine the empirical evidence pointing to the benefits of trade liberalisation and bring theoretical issues on possible adverse effect of openness to the fore. Considering the empirical work on the matter, a lot of controversies are related to measurement issues. We find that openness measured by trade intensity indicators may lead to misleading conclusions about the trade growth nexus. Hence, the discussion of policy implications regarding the positive influence of trade barriers on economic growth goes well beyond the context of transition.

This paper deals with the role of trade regimes in determining economic performance and growth in the developing countries. The policy and empirical literatures on trade orientation and economic growth are critically reviewed; it is argued that a key limitation of these works has been the inability to create measures of trade orientation that are: i objective; ii continuous and iii comparable across countries. A growth model that relates trade orientation to the ability to absorb technological progress from the rest of the world is developed for the case of a small country. The model is tested using a new index of trade orientation that is free from the limitations described above. The results obtained using a cross country data set provide strong support to the hypothesis that, with other things given, countries with a less distorted external sector grow faster than those countries with a more distorted external sector. The new theories of economic growth are also discussed, and their usefulness for analyzing the relation between trade orientation and growth in the developing countries is assessed.

This paper assesses the relationship between trade openness and economic growth in Africa by accounting for the heterogeneity of African countries. In addition, the paper contributes to the literature of trade openness and economic growth nexus by applying the instrumental variable panel smooth transition regression IVPSTR , a methodology that accounts for nonlinearity and endogeneity in the relationship between the two variables. The results of the empirical analysis reveal that the level of investment is a channel through which trade openness affects economic growth in the African continent. For low-income countries, the study finds no significant relationship between openness and growth. Conversely, for middle and upper-income countries, the coefficients of trade indicators are positive and statistically significant. The results indicate that African countries are not homogenous, especially with regard to trade openness and economic growth nexus. Afari-Gyan N.

Does Trade Liberalization Cause a Long Run Economic Growth in Turkey

Although the presumption must be that free trade has a beneficial effect on long run growth, counter examples can also be found. This controversy increases the importance of empirical work in this area. Using the most recent data we employ multivariate cointegration analysis to test the long run relationship among the variables in hand. In a multivariate context, the effect of determinants such as increasing returns to scale, investment in human and physical capital are also included in both theoretical and empirical works. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution.

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studies trying to establish a causal link running from openness to growth or income levels, literature of trade liberalization in a set of 25 developing countries.


Openness, Trade Liberalization, and Growth in Developing Countries

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Trade Openness and Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from Transition Economies

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Does Trade Liberalization Cause a Long Run Economic Growth in Turkey

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  1. Matilda C. 06.05.2021 at 03:43

    This chapter examines the effects on growth, employment, and wages of the trade-liberalization policies pursued in Latin America between the late s and the late s, starting with a short description of trade-liberalization measures, followed by a discussion of their expected results, both by the reformers and their opponents.

  2. Andrew R. 09.05.2021 at 04:45

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  3. Olleccucomp 11.05.2021 at 03:09

    Lower-middle income countries, on average, benefit at least 3% more compared to other developing countries from the trade liberalization. This.

  4. Hukemseypec 11.05.2021 at 22:46

    omic growth, physical capital investment, and openness around episodes of trade case study literature of trade liberalization in 25 developing countries. childrenspolicycoalition.org%childrenspolicycoalition.org). ——​—.