Do Trade Restrictions or Openness Affect Economic Growth Differently in the Presence of Export Credits?

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Abstract

This paper looks at the impact of trade barriers and trade openness on economic growth in the presence of export credits. A panel data analysis of 90 non-Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, which are recipients of export credit is conducted and the impact of trade restrictions and trade openness on economic growth over three decades is investigated. The results show no evidence of any change in the impact of trade restriction on economic growth but a positive and significant impact of trade openness on economic growth in the presence of export credits. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

Author-supplied keywords

  • 1120:Economic policy & planning
  • 1300:International trade & foreign investment
  • 9130:Experiment/theoretical treatment
  • 9190:United States
  • BARRIERS to entry (Industrial organization)
  • Business And Economics
  • Data analysis
  • ECONOMIC development
  • EXPORT credit
  • Export credits
  • FOREIGN trade regulation
  • Impact analysis
  • OECD countries
  • Studies
  • Trade barriers
  • Trade finance
  • Trade restrictions
  • United States--US
  • economic growth
  • trade

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  • Farrokh Kahnamoui

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