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000143222 245__ $$aA Gravity Model for Components of Imports
000143222 260__ $$c2009-04
000143222 269__ $$a2009-04
000143222 270__ $$myener@umich.edu$$pKandogan,   Yener
000143222 300__ $$a17
000143222 336__ $$aJournal Article
000143222 490__ $$aVol.5
000143222 490__ $$aNo.1-2
000143222 520__ $$aThis paper develops a gravity model to explain different components of imports. It is shown that specific variables from competing trade theories affect each component differently: As economic sizes or relative factor endowments become similar, the volume of intra-industry imports, especially that of its horizontal component increases. Furthermore, the typical variables of an extended gravity model have different impact on each component: Colonial relations are important determinants of inter-industry imports whereas cultural proximity based on religion and language plays a more crucial role in determining intra-industry imports. Overall, the significance of these different effects suggests that the proposed decomposition of imports into its components removes a widespread but unnecessary restriction in the gravity models.
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000143222 650__ $$aInternational Development
000143222 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000143222 650__ $$aMarketing
000143222 6531_ $$aHorizontal and vertical intra-industry trade
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