Determinants of Value Added in Exports and Their Implications
Choi, Nakygoon | January 2016
This study decomposes the value added in gross exports into its components, including domestic value added and foreign value added. In contrast to previous studies including Stehrer (2013), Koopman et al. (2014), Choi and Hahn (2012), Choi and Kim (2013), Chung (2014), Yoon (2015), we exclude transaction costs such as net taxes on products for this study, which accounted for about 3 percent of total gross world exports from 1995 to 2011 on average (refer to Figure 1).
CitationChoi, Nakygoon. 2016. Determinants of Value Added in Exports and Their Implications. © Korea Institute for International Economic Policy. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/9161.
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