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Using a cross-sectionally correlated and time-wise autoregressive pooling procedure, we have obtained long-run estimates of export and import elasticities of Soviet-East European bilateral trade with respect to supply, demand and trade resistance factors. Our results indicate that Soviet exports to East Europe during 1963-1973 was, for most product groups, determined by demand conditions found in the East European partner countries while Soviet imports from Eastern Europe, for the same period, was for most product groups determined by East European supplies. © 1980.




Pelzman, J. (1980). Economic determinants of Soviet foreign trade with Eastern Europe. European Economic Review, 14(1), 45–59. https://doi.org/10.1016/0014-2921(80)90036-7

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