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2020, Volume 73 - Issue 2 ISSN: 2499-8265
RSS feed citation: at RePEc
Publication date: 06 May 2020

Content of this issue:

The persisting US trade deficit. Is protectionism the right answer?

Globalisation and economic growth: a panel data approach

Trade relation between India and other BRICS countries: a multidimensional approach using gravity model and Granger causality

Strategic trade policy with asymmetric bargaining agenda

Trade linkages and business cycle co-movement: analysis of trade between African economies and their main trading partners

Technical efficiency and economic growth in the SADC region

Contents of the Volume

THE PERSISTING US TRADE DEFICIT. IS PROTECTIONISM THE RIGHT ANSWER? (pp. 155-186)

Riccardo FIORENTINI, Department of Economics, University of Verona, Italy

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GLOBALISATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: A PANEL DATA APPROACH (pp. 187-236)

Cândida FERREIRA, Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Universidade de Lisboa and UECE – Research Unit in Complexity and Economics, Lisboa, Portugal

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TRADE RELATION BETWEEN INDIA AND OTHER BRICS COUNTRIES: A MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH USING GRAVITY MODEL AND GRANGER CAUSALITY (pp. 237-256)

Narayanasamy KUBENDRAN, NMIMS University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

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STRATEGIC TRADE POLICY WITH ASYMMETRIC BARGAINING AGENDA (pp. 257-274)

Luciano FANTI, Department of Economics and Management, University of Pisa, Italy

Domenico BUCCELLA, Department of Economics, Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland

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TRADE LINKAGES AND BUSINESS CYCLE CO-MOVEMENT: ANALYSIS OF TRADE BETWEEN AFRICAN ECONOMIES AND THEIR MAIN TRADE PARTNERS (pp. 275-306)

Lumengo BONGA-BONGA, Department of Economics and Econometrics, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Emilie KINFACK, Department of Economics and Econometrics University of Johannesburg South Africa

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TECHNICAL EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE SADC REGION (pp. 307-324)

Mduduzi BIYASE, University of Johannesburg, School of Economics, South Africa

Mokgadi MALEKA, University of Johannesburg, School of Economics, South Africa

Abelwe MALULEKA, University of Johannesburg, Department of Education, South Africa

Talent ZWANE, University of Johannesburg, School of Economics, South Africa

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