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dynamic econometric analysis of U.S. - Japanese trade in manufactures ....

Glenn Robert De Jouza

dynamic econometric analysis of U.S. - Japanese trade in manufactures ....

by Glenn Robert De Jouza

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


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Photocopy of thesis (Ph.D.)-Fordham University, 1977.

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Open LibraryOL13972542M

The econometric methods are generally developed for the analysis of non-experimental data. The applied econometrics includes the application of econometric methods to specific branches of econometric theory and problems like demand, supply, production, investment, consumption etc. econometric tests of structural change and the new growth theory. Korea is selected among the successful NICs in Asia, since its growth performance has been phenomenal, well studied and documented [2][8] and its national policies have followed openness in trade much more strongly than Japan for example.

importantly, needs the quantitative analysis of the effectiveness of the policy. The quantitative analysis of gains and losses for both sides supports the progress of FTA. Based on the above logic, this study uses the dynamic GTAP model (GTAP-Dyn) to estimate the potential impact of CHUSFTA on macro economy, sector trade, output. Terms offered: Summer First 6 Week Session, Fall , Summer First 6 Week Session This course will analyze the economic forces that shape labor markets, institutions, and performance in the U.S., Japan, and at least one European country (usually Germany). Institutions examined include trade unions, legal regulations, and social.

Advances in Econometrics is essential reading for academics, researchers and practitioners who are involved in applied economic, business or social science research, and eager to keep up with the latest methodological tools. The series: Disseminates new ideas in a style that is more extensive and self-contained than journal articles, with many papers including supplementary computer code and.   Many U.S. companies have extensive operations in China in order to sell their products in the booming Chinese market and to take advantage of lower-cost labor for export-oriented manufacturing.3 These operations have helped some U.S. firms to remain internationally competitive and have supplied U.S. consumers with a variety of low-cost goods.


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A body of literature already exists on the modeling of trade-by-trade price dynamics. Russell and Engle () suggest using a conditional multinomial model for specifying Pr(ZtjFtÿ1), in a sense generalizing previous.

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U.S. GDP growth will slow notably next year as various issues create higher levels of uncertainty, including the ongoing U.S.-China trade conflict, slowing global growth and a presidential election.Japan's trade balance shifted to a deficit of JPY billion in June from a surplus of JPY billion in the same month a year earlier and far higher than market expectations of a shortfall of JPY billion.

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