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|Title:||The bell-shaped curve of international trade openness: a panel data test for OECD countries|
|Keywords:||Trade openness;agglomeration;international trade cost;spatial pattern of production;F12;F14;F15|
|Publisher:||Universidad de Guadalajara|
|Description:||By partially following Head and Mayer’s (2003) suggestions, in this paper we test Puga’s (1999) fundamental bell-shaped relationship between trade openness and agglomeration in the industrial sector. The main result is that concentration of both employment and production may arise if a pair of countries is involved in a process of trade liberalization.|
|Appears in Collections:||Revista Econoquantum|
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