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Asian Regionalism and Its Effects on Trade in the 1980s and 1990s

Asian Regionalism and Its Effects on Trade in the 1980s and 1990s

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The paper uses a gravity model augmented with several sets of dummy variables to estimate the effect of various preferential trade agreements (PTAs) on trade flows within and across membership groupings as well as the effect of PTAs on members' trade.
The paper uses a gravity model augmented with several sets of dummy variables to estimate the effect of various preferential trade agreements (PTAs) on trade flows within and across membership groupings as well as the effect of PTAs on members' trade.

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Published by: Asian Development Bank on Jul 15, 2013
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ECONOMICSAND RESEARCH DEPARTMENT
ERD WORKING PAPER SERIES NO. 30
Ramon ClareteChristopher EdmondsJessica Seddon Wallack
November 2002
 Asian Development Bank 
Asian Regionalismand Its Effects on Tradein the 1980s and 1990s
 
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ERD Working Paper No. 30
A
SIAN
R
EGIONALISM
 
AND
I
TS
E
FFECTS
 
ON
T
RADEIN
 
THE
1980
S
 
AND
1990
S
Ramon ClareteChristopher EdmondsJessica Seddon Wallack
November 2002
Ramon Clarete is a Professor of Economics at the University of the Philippines; Christopher Edmonds isan Economist in the Development Indicators and Policy Research Division of the Economics and ResearchDepartment, Asian Development Bank; and Jessica Seddon Wallack is a doctoral candidate at the GraduateSchool of Business, Stanford University. This paper has been accepted for publication in the
 Journal of  Asian Economics
(forthcoming). This paper was presented at the 24th International Conference on AsianEconomic Studies held on 26-29 May 2002 in Beijing. The authors gratefully acknowledge useful consultationswith Kym Anderson in the early phases of this research and the excellent research assistance of CatherineLawas, and express thanks to the many participants of the Beijing Conference who offered useful commentson an earlier draft of the paper. Comments on an earlier paper related to this work from Malcolm Dowling,Jeffrey Liang, J.P. Verbiest, and Xianbin Yao are also gratefully acknowledged. This research was carriedout with the financial support of the Asian Development Bank. The paper may not be quoted or cited withoutpermission of the authors. The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarilyrepresent the views of the institutions with which they are affiliated.
 
ERD Working Paper No. 30
A
SIAN
R
EGIONALISM
 
AND
I
TS
E
FFECTS
 
ON
T
RADE
 
IN
 
THE
1980
S
 
AND
1990
S
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 Asian Development BankP.O. Box 7890980 ManilaPhilippines
2002 by Asian Development BankNovember 2002ISSN 1655-5252The views expressed in this paperare those of the author(s) and do notnecessarily reflect the views or policiesof the Asian Development Bank.

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