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Productivity and size of the export market

Joachim Wagner

Productivity and size of the export market

evidence for West and East German plants, 2004

by Joachim Wagner

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Published by IZA in Bonn, Germany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Exports -- Germany.,
  • Exports -- European Union countries.,
  • Industrial productivity -- Germany.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joachim Wagner.
    SeriesDiscussion paper -- no. 2661, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) -- no. 2661
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5701
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16362419M
    LC Control Number2007618532

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Productivity and size of the export market by Joachim Wagner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Market Size, Trade, and Productivity Marc J. Melitz, Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in JuneRevised in May NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment We develop a monopolistically competitive model of trade with firm heterogeneity - in terms of productivity differences - and endogenous differences in the Cited by: BibTeX @MISC{Wagner07productivityand, author = {Joachim Wagner and Joachim Wagner and Jel-classification F D}, title = {Productivity and Size of the Export Market}, year = {}}.

Of this total, approximately 54% sell solely in the domestic Taiwanese market and 46% sell part or all of their output in the export market. 15 In the estimation of the translog production function, value-added is measured as the difference between the value of output and the total expenditure on intermediate inputs, which includes raw materials, electricity, and by: Productivity and Size of the Export Market: Evidence for West and East German Plants, * Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality data at the plant level, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship between productivity.

Abstract. Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality data at the plant level, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship between productivity and size of the export market for Germany, a leading actor on the world market for manufactured : Joachim Wagner.

Nevertheless, there are significant differences in productivity levels between exporters and non-exporters in three out of the four products examined.

The contribution of these differences to output differences between the two groups of producers vary from 3 to 20%, depending on the electronic product and Productivity and size of the export market book by: Productivity and the export market: A firm-level analysis.

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Downloads: (external link)Cited by: MELITZ & OTTAVIANO MARKET SIZE, TRADE, AND PRODUCTIVITY the lowest sum of bilateral barriers (highest ρlh+ρlt). In effect, this country is the best export base or “hub”.

Moreover, since ρht enters the expression of the cut-off for country l,any change in bilateral trade costs affects all three Size: KB. Productivity, Quality and Export Behaviour and their sales to a destination are increasing in the destination's market size; Productivity and Export Shares: Non‐Parametric Evidence Notes.

To construct each graph, the exporters’ TFP distribution is split into bins of equal size and the average export share is computed across all Cited by:   How many books are published and sold annually.

Discover all relevant statistics and facts on the U.S. book industry/market now on. In our model, market size and trade affect the toughness of competition, which then feeds back into the selection of heterogeneous producers and exporters in that market. Aggregate productivity.

However, they tend to be less flexible in their operation which affects productivity negatively. In order to capture the size effects, we divide the plants into three size groups: small plants, with less than 50 employees; medium plants, with between 50 and employees; and large plants, with employees or Size: KB.

In our model, market size and trade affect the toughness of competition, which then feeds back into the selection of heterogeneous producers and exporters in that market.

Aggregate productivity and average markups thus respond to both the size of a market and the extent of its integration through trade (larger, more integrated markets exhibit. We find very strong confirmation of this competitive effect for French exporters across export market destinations.

Theoretically, this within firm change in product mix driven by the trading environment has important repercussions on firm by:   Again, as in the case of larger market size in a closed economy, average firm size and profits increase—as does product variety.

17 In this model, welfare gains from trade thus come from a combination of productivity gains (via selection), lower mark-ups (pro-competitive effect), and increased product by: Introduction Develop a model of trade with: I Monopolistic Competition I Heterogenous Firms I Endogenous mark-ups Market size and trade a ect the toughness of competition in a market Melitz and Ottaviano (by Lian Allub-UC3M) Market Size, Trade, and Productivity 17/02/ 2.

Exports and Productivity Growth: First Evidence from a Continuous Treatment Approach* A recent survey of 54 micro-econometric studies reveals that exporting firms are more productive than non-exporters.

On the other hand, previous empirical studies show that exporting does not necessarily improve productivity. One possible reason for this result is. exit and re-allocating market shares towards more productive Þrms who export; lower productivity Þrms only serve their domestic market.

Our model also explains other empirical patterns linking the extent of trade barriers to the distribution of productivity, prices, and.

Propensity Score Firm Performance Productivity Growth Total Factor Productivity Export Market Wagner, J. (), ‘The Causal Effects of Exports on Firm Size and Productivity: First Evidence From a Matching Kneller R. () Empirical Evidence on Exporting and Productivity Growth in the UK.

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We do not observe, however, that theCited by: productivity firms that enter the export market continue to improve their productivity because of their exposure to exporting. The remainder of the paper is organised as follows: The next section provides a descriptive overview of the theoretical and empirical literature on exporting and firm productivity.

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A Microeconometric Analysis of Matched Firms Article in Review of International Economics 12(5) February with 2, Reads. Market Size, Competition, and the Product Mix of Exporters by Thierry Mayer, Marc J. Melitz and Gianmarco I. Ottaviano. Published in volumeissue 2, pages of American Economic Review, FebruaryAbstract: We build a theoretical model of multi-product firms that highlights how co.

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