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Disentangling Market Access Effects for ASEAN Members Under an ASEAN-EU FTA

Celine Carrere, Bolormaa Tumurchudur, Jaime de Melo
2008 Social Science Research Network  
The paper develops two synthetic measures at the HS-10 level to depict effective market access for a country receiving preferential access and applies these to the market access ASEAN members would receive  ...  Second, the small value of preferences is reflected in the pattern of preferential margins, the "significant" preferential margins almost always being for products that account for less than 1/10 of 1  ...  covered by preferential trading agreements (World Bank 2005) , it is useful to develop measures that capture the impact of preferential schemes on market access.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1398749 fatcat:wzu6vozfm5egjbsdjr3ycreqam

Disentangling Market Access Effects of Preferential Trading Arrangements with an Application for ASEAN Members under an ASEAN-EU FTA

Céline Carrère, Jaime de Melo, Bolormaa Tumurchudur
2010 The World Economy  
covered by preferential trading agreements (World Bank 2005) , it is useful to develop measures that capture the impact of preferential schemes on market access.  ...  Brenton (2003) under the twin assumptions of full utilization of preferences and that the unadjusted preferential margin is the correct measure of preferential access.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9701.2009.01186.x fatcat:kvcw5o74o5bwhlsfueoov3eblu

Defeasible Modalities [article]

Katarina Britz, Ivan Varzinczak
2013 arXiv   pre-print
In this work we enrich the standard possible worlds semantics with a preference ordering on worlds in Kripke models.  ...  We also propose a tableau calculus which is sound and complete with respect to our preferential semantics.  ...  Any opinion, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and therefore the NRF do not accept any liability in regard thereto.  ... 
arXiv:1310.6409v1 fatcat:xxbgo543njdftmyyy2322ga7pq

The Impact of Preference Erosionon Middle-Income Developing Countries

Hans P. Lankes, Katerina Alexandraki
2004 IMF Working Papers  
Working Papers describe research in progress by the author(s) and are published to elicit comments and to further debate.  ...  It concludes that the problem is heavily concentrated in a sub-set of preference beneficiaries-primarily small island economies dependent on sugar, banana, and-to a lesser extent-textile exports.  ...  of preferential access or for other reasons.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781451858372.001 fatcat:g2x7yvnr45cljii6zqxodwjrvu

Page 66 of Academy of Political Science. Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science Vol. 17, Issue 1 [page]

1936 Academy of Political Science. Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science  
Prefer- ential quotas and clearing arrangements, which in effect work to establish preferential markets—these are the answers of Continental Europe to the erection of the sterling area, the imperial preference  ...  66 RECOVERY AND MONETARY STABILIZATION (Vor. XVII preferential arrangement between more or less sovereign states.  ... 

Multilateral Solutions to the Erosion of Non-Reciprocal Preferences in NAMA

Patrick Low, Roberta Piermartini, Jürgen Richtering
2005 Social Science Research Network  
The paper estimates preference margins as the difference between non-reciprocal preferential rates received by individual countries and the best available (MFN or better-than-MFN) treatment received on  ...  The main sectors where preference erosion occurs are textiles, fish and fish products, leather and leather products, electrical machinery and wood and wood products.  ...  Country A provides preferential access to Country B, but also has in place a number of other preferential agreements with countries in the rest of the world.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.922272 fatcat:7ihss6l5njdcdek3dnnqci3cwq

Unrestricted Market Access for Sub-Saharan Africa: How Much Is It Worth and Who Pays?

E. Ianchovichina
2001 Journal of African Economies  
Most of these gains would come from preferential access to the highly protected Japanese and European agricultural markets.  ...  The smallness of SSA-37 ensures that the costs of trade diversion for the QUAD, other developing countries and the world as a whole are negligible. JEL classification: F11, F13  ...  If it is not, then the developed country and the world could lose from a preferential arrangement.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jae/10.4.410 fatcat:j7kzumxmozftvnhd5lryrckzbq

Agricultural Trade Preferences and the Developing Countries

John T Wainio, Shahla Shapouri, Michael Trueblood, Paul Gibson
2005 Social Science Research Network  
Nonreciprocal trade preference programs originated in the 1970s under the  ...  Preferential trade programs are an issue in the ongoing World Trade Organization (WTO) Doha negotiations, when WTO members discuss market access and negotiate the size of cuts to their "most favored nation  ...  Andean Trade Preference Act Also known as the Andean Pact, ATPA extends preferential market access to four countries: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.751965 fatcat:vl6sdbnch5bxlmqcc2y3nratyi

Unilateral tariff cuts: a theory

Olena Sokolovska
2016 Економічний вісник університету  
The purpose of study is to analyze both theoretical approaches and practical implicationsof unilateral tariff preference schemes. Research methods.  ...  In our study we used both comparative analysis and synthesis methods, and also a logical generalization of obtained results. Results.  ...  full duty-free and quota-free market access.  ... 
doaj:4037d100aefa4d8e80bb327376bc3799 fatcat:6cwd4cav2jg47omiz3slzjdwla

The World Trade Organization [chapter]

Bernard M. Hoekman, Michel M. Kostecki
2001 The Political Economy of the World Trading System  
for a product to qualify for preferential trade access.  ...  Two of these assumptions were that preferential schemes are fully utilized for all eligible product categories, and that all rents from preferential access accrue to the exporter.  ... 
doi:10.1093/019829431x.003.0003 fatcat:g32ckcavp5gg5pzqzmhhzw6hhi

World Trade Organization

Pankaj Shah
2014 IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance  
for a product to qualify for preferential trade access.  ...  Two of these assumptions were that preferential schemes are fully utilized for all eligible product categories, and that all rents from preferential access accrue to the exporter.  ... 
doi:10.9790/5933-03221115 fatcat:tuisjcw3vbam7h4b3a3svyhqjm

World Trade Organization [chapter]

Domniţa Oana Bădărău
2012 Mental Health Practitioner's Guide to HIV/AIDS  
for a product to qualify for preferential trade access.  ...  Two of these assumptions were that preferential schemes are fully utilized for all eligible product categories, and that all rents from preferential access accrue to the exporter.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5283-6_95 fatcat:pbxt6wa67feodp26d6poninjmu

WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION [chapter]

S.D. Kalyankar, S.P. Kalyankar, C.D. Khedkar, A.S. Khojare
2003 Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition  
for a product to qualify for preferential trade access.  ...  Two of these assumptions were that preferential schemes are fully utilized for all eligible product categories, and that all rents from preferential access accrue to the exporter.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b0-12-227055-x/01382-1 fatcat:wbptn4wv2zhahgy3j2ysfq3t2m

The World Trade Organization [chapter]

Pierre Defraigne, Ding Yifan
2007 China-EU  
for a product to qualify for preferential trade access.  ...  Two of these assumptions were that preferential schemes are fully utilized for all eligible product categories, and that all rents from preferential access accrue to the exporter.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812708878_0013 fatcat:cmussnsodned5mqjsban2fdqfq

The World Trade Organization [chapter]

M. A. G. van Meerhaeghe
1998 International Economic Institutions  
for a product to qualify for preferential trade access.  ...  Two of these assumptions were that preferential schemes are fully utilized for all eligible product categories, and that all rents from preferential access accrue to the exporter.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-5565-7_4 fatcat:vpuprwiiune4lbj2nnx752jsnm
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