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Estimating cross-country differences in product quality
Juan Carlos Hallak
|Statement||Juan Carlos Hallak, Peter K. Schott.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 13807, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 13807.|
|Contributions||Schott, Peter K., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008610597|
In Tables 6 and 7, we see that physicians per capita is consistently significant in the country only FE models, but loses significance in the country and time FE and SFA from transportation is the only variable to be significant across the three estimation approaches in Model A, but it loses significance with the addition of technology, Cited by: 7. "Estimating Divisional Cost of Capital for Insurance Companies" in Financial Management of Life Insurance Companies, edited by J. D. Cummins and J. Lamm-Tennant, Boston, MA: Kluwer, , "Strategic Management and Financial Markets," Strategic Management Journal Winter Special Issue, , 14,
Ghose, A. Used Good Trade and Adverse Selection: A Cross-Country Comparison of Electronic Secondary Markets. INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, November. Ghose, A. and A. Sundararajan. Pricing and Product Line . analysis of cross-industry cross-country models. Section sets up the general econometric framework. Section derives the benchmarking bias of the standard cross-industry cross-country estimator. Section describes an alternative estimator. Section 3 discusses an application of our empirical framework and estimation approach.
to mobilize government resources, and the quality of complementary academic institutions influence cross-country differences in R&D, and a subset of these variables together completely eliminate the apparent effect of the level of development on R&D effort. Other papers have applied the same approach to richer cross-country data, and they have found similar results. A key example is Alcalá and Ciccone (). 4 This body of evidence suggests trade is indeed one of the factors driving national average incomes (GDP per capita) and macroeconomic productivity (GDP per worker) over the long run. 5.
Estimating Cross-Country Differences in Product Quality Juan Carlos Hallak, Peter K. Schott. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment We develop a method for decomposing countries' observed export prices into quality versus quality-adjusted-price components using information contained in their trade.
Estimating Cross-Country Differences in Product Quality Article (PDF Available) in Quarterly Journal of Economics (1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'. "Estimating Cross-Country Differences in Product Quality," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol.
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Estimating Cross-Country Differences in Product Quality 2 1. Introduction Theoretical and empirical research increasinglypoints to the importance of product qual-ity in international trade and economic development.
Cross-sectional variation in product quality is emphasized as an inﬂuential determinant of global trade patterns and interna.
Get this from a library. Estimating cross-country Estimating cross-country differences in product quality book in product quality. [Juan Carlos Hallak; Peter K Schott; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- We develop a method for decomposing countries' observed export prices into quality versus quality-adjusted-price components using information contained in their trade balances.
Holding observed. Estimating Cross-Country Differences in Product Quality Juan Carlos Hallak and Peter K. Schott NBER Working Paper No. February JEL No. F1,F2,F4 ABSTRACT We develop a method for decomposing countries' observed export prices into quality versus quality-adjusted-price components using information contained in their trade balances.
Estimating Cross-Country Differences in Product Quality. Juan Hallak and Peter Schott (). NoNBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: We develop a method for decomposing countries' observed export prices into quality versus quality-adjusted-price components using information contained in their trade by: The numbers in this table are regression-based summaries of the TFP data in Table entry is times the exponential of the country fixed effect D c in the following regression for sector j: lnTFP cjt =D cj +δ j t+ϵ cjt where ln TFP cjt is the log of industry j TFP in country c in year t relative to the sample mean TFP of industry United States is the excluded fixed effect, so Cited by: Product quality, preference diversity and intra-industry trade Article in Manchester School 79(6) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Multi-Product Firms and Trade Liberalization Quarterly Journal of Economics (3) (). Joint w/ Bernard, Redding. Technical appendix; Prior versions: NBER WP () Estimating Cross-Country Differences in Product Quality Quarterly Journal of Economics (1) () Joint w/ Hallak.
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