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GTAP Resource #1842

"Growth and Pattern of Intra-Industry Trade in Manufactures in India's Overall Trade: A Quantitative Analysis "
by Das, Gouranga


Abstract
ABSTRACT
This paper analyses empirical evidences of growing volume of Intra-industry trade in India during 1975-1992. Quantitative evidences show that trade in manufactured products has increased with rapid industrialisation leading to genesis of intra-industry trade. Measures of Grubel-Lloyd Intra-industry trade indexes for India's trade with the world, the Asian economies and the developed countries are calculated. It shows that India's intra-industry trade is more with the developed countries than with the developing countries. Also, we observe that burgeoning volume of intra-industry trade is positively associated with (i) per capita GNP; (ii) trade openness; (iii) share of manufacturing exports in total exports.

Keywords: Intra-industry trade, India's trade pattern, Manufactures trade, trade openness, development, Grubel-Lloyd index.
JEL Classification: O1, F02, F15


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: Econometric Application
Status: Published
By/In: Indian Journal of Economics and Business
Date: 2005
Version: Vol 4, No 1, pp. 161-184
Created: Das, G. (5/25/2005)
Updated: Das, G. (3/10/2007)
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This is empirical paper on India's trade pattern using econometrics. It is not direct CGE application, but useful analysis in the context of any trade policy discussion of developing nation like India.


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