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The extensive margin of exporting products

Costas Arkolakis

The extensive margin of exporting products

a firm-level analysis

by Costas Arkolakis

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCostas Arkolakis, Marc-Andreas Muendler
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16641, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16641.
ContributionsMuendler, Marc-Andreas, National Bureau of Economic Research
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24837760M
LC Control Number2011655874

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The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis Costas Arkolakisy Yale University, CESifo and NBER Sharat Ganapatiz Yale University Marc-Andreas Muendlerx UC San Diego, CESifo and NBER Decem Abstract We examine multi-product exporters and use rm-product-destination data to quan-tify export entry barriers.

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis Costas Arkolakisy Yale University, CESifo and NBER Sharat Ganapatiz Georgetown University Marc-Andreas Muendlerx UC San Diego, CESifo and NBER Janu Abstract We examine multi-product exporters to quantify the benefits of product scope expansions under market-access barriers.

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis Costas Arkolakis (), Sharat Ganapati and Marc-Andreas Muendler () NoCowles Foundation Discussion Papers from Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale UniversityCited by: The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis We examine multi-product exporters and use firm-product-destination data to quantify export entry barriers.

Our general-equilibrium model of multi-product firms generalizes earlier models. Downloadable. We use a panel of Brazilian exporters, their products, and destination The extensive margin of exporting products book to document a set of regularities for multi-product exporters: (i) few top-selling products account for the bulk of a firm’s exports in a market, (ii) the distribution of exporter scope (the number of products per firm in a market) is similar across markets, and (iii) within each market, exporter.

We confirm the small response at the extensive The extensive margin of exporting products book of exporting products also for a simulated percent drop in variable trade costs.

Our analysis is related to an emerging literature that documents the dominance of multi-product 5Bernard, Redding, and Schott (a) develop a multi-product firm model with products that have idiosyncratic.

The predictions are evaluated on the following margins of trade: the firm-extensive margin (the probability that a firm exports, M), the firm-intensive margin (aggregate export value of the firm.

Like Hummels and Klenow (, p), we specify the extensive margin as the ratio of exports of the products exported by country i from the rest of the world to the market of interest to exports of all products exported by the rest of the world The extensive margin of exporting products book that market.

Trade and institutions: extensive and intensive margins Alja z Kun ci c † Abstract In this paper we use a unique firm level trade database on Slovenian exports to disaggregate total exports into an intensive (volume per firm or volume per product) and extensive margin (number of firms or number of products).

Economics; Published ; DOI: /ssrn The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-Level Analysis @inproceedings{ArkolakisTheEM, title={The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-Level Analysis}, author={Costas Arkolakis and Marc-Andreas Muendler}, year={} }.

This paper studies the microeconomic structure of export growth in Costa Rica, with special emphasis on the extensive margin of trade, encompassing new exporting firms, new products, and new export markets, as well as the unit values of new versus incumbent products.

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-Level Analysis. The extensive margin of exporting products book Working Paper Series No.

Number of pages: 45 Posted: 03 Feb Downloads The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-Level Analysis. NBER Working Paper No. w Number Cited by: The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-Level Analysis.

Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper No. Number of pages: 60 Posted: 21 Jan Downloads The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-Level Analysis. CESifo Working Paper Series No. Number Cited by: THE INTENSIVE MARGIN IN TRADE 1 1. Introduction The trade The extensive margin of exporting products book (i.e., the elasticity of trade with The extensive margin of exporting products book to trade costs) is a crucial statistic for estimating the gains from trade (Arkolakis, Costinot and Rodr´ıguez-Clare,).

In workhorse trade models such as Krugman and Melitz-Pareto the trade elasticity is a constant pinned downFile Size: 1MB. Online Technical Appendix to The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis∗∗. • The number of French firms selling to a market increases with the size of that market1 (extensive margin).

• The amount of sales per firm into a market increases with the size of that market (intensive margin). 1Here size is defined as absorption = total production + imports - Size: KB. those products (old markets). The extensive margin, on the other hand, refers to changes in the value of exports due to diversification of old products to new market destinations and/or due to exports of completely new products.

What has been the relative contribution of extensive and intensive margins to India’s export growth during the recent. The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis Costas Arkolakis, Marc-Andreas Muendler.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):International Trade and InvestmentCited by: 1. Introduction. This paper contributes to the emerging literature on the role of the extensive and intensive margins in the growth of trade.

There is a considerable debate about the relative impact of each margin; some authors have concluded the extensive margin is the primary avenue for export growth (Hummels and Klenow, ) while others have found that the intensive margin plays the Cited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We develop a general equilibrium model of multi-product firms in international trade to quantify market access costs at the level of firms, their products, and their export destinations.

Our framework accommodates a set of facts that discipline the nature of these costs and incorporates key features of earlier multi. The extensive margin of differentiated goods and trade liberalization: number of products (extensive margin) and average trade volume per product (intensive margin).

Our paper offers a novel perspective to this research topic, in the sense that we use from countries as the treated group, with the import status of other products in. The extensive margin of exporting products: a firm-level analysis. [Costas Arkolakis; Marc-Andreas Muendler; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- We use a panel of Brazilian exporters, their products, and destination markets to document a set of regularities for multi-product exporters: (i) few top-selling products account for the bulk of a.

BibTeX @MISC{Arkolakis11theextensive, author = {Costas Arkolakis and We Thank David Atkin and Thomas Chaney and Arnaud Costinot and Don Davis and Gilles Duranton and Jonathan Eaton and Jim Rauch and Steve Redding and Kim Ruhl and Peter Schott and Daniel Trefler}, title = {The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: The Continuum Case∗}, year = {}}.

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: a Firm-Level Analysis. [Costas Arkolakis; Marc-Andreas Muendler] -- We use a panel of Brazilian exporters, their products, and destination markets to document a set of regularities for multi-product exporters: (i) few top-selling products account for the bulk of a.

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis Costas Arkolakisy Yale University, CESifo and NBER Sharat Ganapatiz Georgetown University Marc-Andreas Muendlerx. Multi-Product Exporters and the Margins of Trade the arrival of new, marginal rms and products with lower values of exports.

Within rm-product groups, export value falls with distance. For short-run changes in trade costs, we use the admittedly imperfect proxy of annual real.

The extensive margin of exporting products: A firm-level analysis. Authors: Arkolakis, Costas Muendler, Marc-Andreas. Year of Publication: Series/Report no.: CESifo Working Paper Cited by: “old” goods (the intensive margin) and the range of traded goods (the extensive margin).

This paper therefore tests whether trade facilitation affects the extensive margin by counting the number of 8-digit products that are exported from developing to EU countries, and using this as the dependent variable in.

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-level Analysis Costas Arkolakisz Yale University and NBER Marc-Andreas Muendler{UC San Diego, CESifo and NBER Novem trade.

In the baseline estimations, we consider two types of extensive margins: the number of products (HS sub-headings) by export destination, and the number of export destinations by product.

We also consider theory-based extensive margins: the bilateral extensive margin suggested by Hummels and Klenow (), and an exporter-product. The Extensive Margin of Exporting Products: A Firm-Level Analysis. NBER Working Paper By Costas Arkolakis and Sharat Ganapati.

Abstract. This Online Supplement contains four parts. First, we generalize the Arkolakis, Ganapati and Muendler () model to nested consumer preferences. Each inner nest holds the products in a firm’s Author: Costas Arkolakis and Sharat Ganapati.

Estimating the Extensive Margin of Trade J.M.C. Santos Silvay Silvana Tenreyroz Kehai Weix Janu Abstract Understanding and quantifying the determinants of the number of sectors or –rms exporting in a given country is of relevance for the assessment of trade poli-cies.

Estimation of models for the number of sectors, however, poses. We investigate and compare countries' export growth based on their performance at the extensive and intensive export margins. Our empirical approach is motivated by an extension to the Melitz () model of heterogeneous firms in which exporters are subject to a one-time sunk cost and also a per-period fixed cost.

range of export products (indication of export concentration) or the source of export earnings are more evenly spread across a given range of export goods (indication of export diversification). Export can grow at the intensive (the growth in the value of existing products) and extensive margin (the increase in the number of export lines).

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Goods: A Firm-level Analysis⁄ Costas Arkolakisz Yale University and NBER Marc-Andreas Muendler{UC San Diego, CESifo and NBER Novem Abstract We examine three-dimensional panel data for Brazilian and Chilean manufac-turing exporters, their products and destinations.

The data show that (i) the. EXPORT DIVERSIFICATION IN UKRAINE: INTENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE MARGINS [Mykhailo Syrotenko] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Export diversification is very essential for transition countries.

External economy of Ukraine is an issue of high interest of economists because Ukraine takes one of the first places in the world regarding the rate of ration of foreign-trade to GNP.

There is a countable number of countries. We label the source country of an export shipment with s and the export destination with d. We adopt a two-tier nested CES utility function for consumer preferences.1 Each inner nest of consumer preferences aggregates a firm’s products with a CES utility function and an elasticity of substitution ε.

The Export Diversification Database has three main indicators: the Export Diversification Index, the Extensive Margin, and the Intensive Margin. Higher values for the all three indices indicate lower diversification. The Export Quality Database contains export quality measures across different aggregation levels of export products.

export margins have a bilateral dimension, and are used in the econometric part of the paper. similar increase in the number of products exported by firm to the eurozone and to nonEZeu The Euro and the Intensive and Extensive Margins of Trade.

The Extensive Margin of Exporting Goods: A Firm-level Analysis⁄ Costas Arkolakisz Yale University and NBER Marc-Andreas Muendler{UC San Diego, CESifo and NBER Decem Abstract We examine three-dimensional panel data for Brazilian and Chilean exporters, their products and destinations.

The data show that (i) the distribution of the. The Extensive Margin of Exporting Goods: (# of products) at d. Every gd(!) belongs to pdf unique h; gd(!) is deflned at the HS six-digit level.

The number of observations in our Brazilian SECEX (Chilean customs) data = Misd G„isd is the number of export varieties fromCited by:   60 Changing Page Margins in PDF Exports. You might want the page margins in your book to be smaller, or larger.

You can adjust this using the Custom CSS feature. (Please read this first!). Changing Margins (Left & Right Pages are the Same)Author: Pressbooks.Hence, export ebook and export diversification at the extensive margin are essentially synonymous, since exports become more diversified as they grow at the extensive margin.

In contrast, at the intensive margin growth in the value of the existing export products does Cited by: 9.