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Trade policy, trade volumes, and plant-level productivity in Colombian manufacturing industries

Ana Margarida Fernandes


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Trade policy, trade volumes, and plant-level productivity in Colombian manufacturing industries by Ana Margarida Fernandes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Trade policy, trade volumes and plant-level productivity in Colombian manufacturing industries Productivity gains under trade liberalization are linked to increases in intermediate inputs' imports, skill intensity, and machinery investments, and to output reallocations from less to more productive plants.

Cited by: Fernandes explores Colombian trade policy from –91, a period of substantial variation in protection across industries, to examine whether increased exposure to foreign competition generates plant-level productivity gains. Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries Ana M.

Fernandes The World Bank JEL Classification Numbers: F13, D24, C14, Keywords: Production Functions, Trade Policy, Productivity, Colombian Manufacturing, Endogeneity of Protection. "Trade policy, trade volumes, and plant-level productivity in Colombian manufacturing industries," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.

Fernandes, Ana, "Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries," Center Discussion PapersYale University, Economic Growth Center. Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries ∗ Ana M.

Fernandes The World Bank Ma Abstract This paper explores a period of substantial variation in trade policy across industries in Colombia () to examine whether increased exposure to foreign competition generates. Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries Ana Fernandes Yale University July Abstract This paper offers new insights on a central question in trade and development economics: does increased.

Trade policy, trade volumes, and plant-level productivity in Colombian manufacturing industries (English) Abstract. Fernandes explores Colombian trade policy froma period of substantial variation in protection across industries, to examine whether increased exposure to foreign competition generates plant-level productivity by: "Trade policy, trade volumes, and plant-level productivity in Colombian manufacturing industries," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.

Ana Fernandes, "Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries," Working PapersEconomic Growth Center, Yale by:   Imports and Productivity. CEPR Discussion Paper No. 27 Pages Posted: Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries.

Wage setting in Colombian manufacturing industry: the impact of institutional and trade reforms ∗ Sonia A. Agudelo† Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 18 June Abstract We show that wage setting in the Colombian manufacturing industry is not fundamentally driven by labour productivity as predicted by standard theoretical models.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper explores Colombian trade policy duringa period of substantial variation in protection across industries, to examine whether increased exposure to foreign competition generates plant-level productivity gains.

Using a large panel of manufacturing plants, we find a strong positive impact of. Using a panel of manufacturing plants between andwe examine the link between trade policy and plant-level productivity.

During these 15 years, trade policy exhibited significant variation, with periods of liberalization alternating with a period of increased protection, and changes in protection differing across by: BibTeX @MISC{Fernandes03tradepolicy, author = {Ana M.

Fernandes and Steve Berry and David Mackenzie and Marc Melitz and Peter Schott and Christopher Timmins}, title = {Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No}, year = {}}.

This paper analyzes the effects on Colombian manufacturing productivity of foreign trade policy changes during the s. Our results indicate that between andaggregate manufacturing productivity largely stagnates and even declines in some of the larger industries.

Between andhowever, manufacturing productivity shows significant growth. This paper analyzes the effects on Colombian manufacturing productivity of tax and foreign trade policy changes during the s. Our results indicate that between andaggregate.

Trade policy, trade volumes, and plant-level productivity. We find that it does. We examine Colombian trade policy from toa period during which trade liberalization alternates with increased trade protection in varied ways across industries, to investigate the link between trade policy and plant productivity.

Trade Policy, Trade Volumes, and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries Fernandes, Ana Margarida () Fernandes explores Colombian trade policy froma period of substantial variation in protection across industries, to examine whether increased exposure to foreign competition generates plant-level.

This dissertation investigates the effect of trade liberalization in a trading partner country on labor market outcomes, and the export wage premium.

The first chapter studies the impact of trade liberalization in China on the firm-level skilled labor employment share in Korea. The second chapter examines the existence of the export wage premium. Low productivity of workers is the most significant factor behind delivery slippages in manufacturing industries.

As manufacturing is a laborer predominant industrial sector, this paper focuses on. Brazil's trade liberalization between andand its partial reversal inare used to study how reduced inward trade barriers affect productivity.

The production function of Brazilian manufacturers is estimated at the ISIC3 two-digit level under various alternatives, including an extension of Olley and Pakes' () procedure.Get this from a library! Trade policy, trade volumes, and plant-level productivity in Colombian manufacturing industries.

[Ana Margarida Fernandes; World Bank.].Fernandes, A. () "Trade Policy, Trade Volumes and Plant-Level Productivity in Colombian Manufacturing Industries", The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series: Griliches, Z.

and Hausman, J. () "Errors in Variables in Panel Data", Journal of Econometrics, 31,