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The export - productivity relationship

Robert Kunst

The export - productivity relationship

A time series representation for Austria

by Robert Kunst

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Published by Institut f"ur H"ohere Studien in Wien .
Written in English


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StatementRobert Kunst, Dalia Marin
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p.
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24723590M

In most empirical studies that establish the export-productivity relationships, output is measured in values rather than in quantities. Innovation. Exports. Productivity. 1. Introduction. Firms are born, make decisions, thrive or they die. This dynamic process of firm lifecycles generates a tremendous amount of heterogeneity among firms not only across industries, but more interestingly, also within industries (Bartelsman and Doms, ).

believed to result from their successful export-promoting policies. Ιn this paper, the methodology proposed by (Granger and Sims ) for the causality tests on the relationship between exports and economic growth is applied. This methodology is based on the estimation of bivariate relationships between the two variables. Downloadable! We use comparable micro level panel data for 14 countries and a set of identically specified empirical models to investigate the relationship between exports and productivity. Our overall results are in line with the big picture that is by now familiar from the literature: Exporters are more productive than non-exporters when observed and unobserved heterogeneity are controlled.

export markets and the relationship between exporting and productivity gains. For example, Aw et al. (; ) find a role for firm investments in R&D in explaining export patterns in. The relationship between export growth and economic growth in developing countries has been of productivity. It may pay full attention to boost up the exports. Konya and Laszlo () 25 OECD Countries Time series data real exports and real GDP Wald tests for.


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We investigate the relationship between exports and productivity in the Turkish apparel and motor vehicle and parts industries fromusing two different models for plant-level panel data.

In the first model, we examine the effect of past export status on current productivity both with and without controlling for the exportFile Size: KB.

Export may in fact exert dual influence on the level of output (due to source of demand) and create room for higher import volumes. Following Kaldor () definition, the long period level of output as one and the same thing with the level of output (production) ensuring equality between import and export.

Key within this literature is the relationship between firm productivity and exports. This paper reviews the theoretical and empirical contributions to this literature and evaluates its contribution to our understanding of the factors driving export decisions and the consequences of export Cited by: ()), the export-output relationship is tested by including output (Y), capital (K), exports (EX), imports (IM), and the labor force (L), etc.

as arguments, and applying multivariate Granger causality methodology. In other words, when exploring the causal relationship between exports and output, at least these variables need to be included in. The literature that investigates the relationship between trade and productivity focuses on three main hypotheses: the export premium, the selection hypothesis and the learning-by- exporting Author: Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso.

Abstract. This paper studies the firm-level relationship among productivity, decision to export, and environmental performance. The emerging theoretical and empirical literature suggests that trade has an important role in determining firms' heterogeneity: increased openness to trade induces a reallocation effect that increases within-industry efficiency, thereby linking firms' decisions to.

productive firms export – Trade The export - productivity relationship book forces least productive firms to exit (competitive pressure) – Market shares get reallocated from less to more productive firms – Higher average (aggregate/sectoral) productivity – Aggregate effect depends on the shape parameter of the Pareto distribution of firms’ productivity.

export (import) and GDP growth rates has nothing to say about a relationship between the export (import) and the GDP trend development'' (Ribeiro Ramos, ). In order to test for the existence of a long-run or trend relationship among GDP and exports and imports, the theory of.

While the role of exports in promoting growth in general, and productivity in particular, has been investigated empirically using aggregate data for countries and industries for a long time, only recently have comprehensive longitudinal data at the firm level been used to look at the extent and causes of productivity differentials between exporters and their counterparts which sell on the domestic.

Handbook on Productivity Antonio D. Kalaw, Jr., Philippines, served as the volume editor. First published in Japan by Asian Productivity Organization Productivity is the relationship between the quantity of output (goods and services produced) and the quantity of input (i.e., re.

NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. Exporting is often touted as a way to increase economic growth. This paper examines whether exporting has played any role in increasing productivity growth in U.S.

manufacturing. Given the strong theoretical grounds for interdependence between exporting and productivity, it is important to allow both for the possibility of selection effects in examining the effect of exporting on firm performance, and for a two-way relationship between productivity and exporting.

A number of papers have recently started to add a new feature to the study of export engagements and productivity relationship: firm-level investment in activities that upgrade the productivity of. The paper explores the causal relationship between productivity and exports based on Austrian data using time series analysis.

,Bernard and Jensen ). In order to reveal the theoretical relationship between firm heterogeneity and intra-industry trade pattern, it is crucial to empirically investigate the causal link between productivity and export at micro level. On the other hand, the interaction between export behaviour and firm productivity.

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Many recent studies have examined the export-productivity nexus by discriminating between exporters and non-exporters using both firm and industry level. Imports and Productivity. firms often switch their main export product at the 6-digit level whereas this happens. and hence the relationship between productivity and the import.

that most previous studies are restricted to analysing the relationship between a firm’s export status and the growth of its labour productivity, using the firms’ export status as a binary treatment variable and comparing the performance of exporting and non-exporting firms. tional export performance of firms in the United States’, many empirical studies have focused on investigating the relationship between export status and productivity growth.

Two hypotheses are often used to explain the superiority of the productivity of exporters compared to non-exporters in international trade. The first hypothesis is self. This paper studies the firm-level relationship among productivity, decision to export, and environmental performance.

The emerging theoretical and empirical literature suggests that trade has an important role in determining firms' heterogeneity: increased openness to trade induces a reallocation effect that increases within-industry efficiency, thereby linking firms' decisions to export and.the relationship between productivity and exports.

A subset of this strand of literature constitutes the third strand, which incorporates all three ele-ments, namely innovation, productivity and exports, in their analysis. In what follows, we review the key findings from these three strands of related literature. 2.For instance, in the analysis of the causal relationship between exporting and productivity at firm level on the US economy (Bernard and Jensena, b), the authors found a weak evidence of learning-by-exporting, suggesting that exporting does not offer.