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- Badi H. Baltagi, Peter Egger, +6 authors Julie Anna Golebiewski
- 2005

The recent general equilibrium theory of trade and multinationals emphasizes the importance of third countries and the complex integration strategies of multinationals. Little has been done to test this theory empirically. This paper attempts to rectify this situation by considering not only bilateral determinants, but also spatially weighted third-country… (More)

- Peter Egger
- 2001

This paper analyzes the effects of distance as a common determinant of exports and FDI in a three factors New Trade Theory model assuming that distance affects both pure trade costs and plant set-up costs. Exports and FDI are not necessarily substitutes with respect to distance since the predicted sign depends on its importance for fixed plant set-up costs… (More)

- Peter Egger
- 2002

I N the last decade, the application of gravity models enjoyed a big revival. This was not so much driven by its more rigorous theoretical foundation (Anderson, 1979; Bergstrand, 1985, 1989 and 1990; Helpman and Krugman, 1985; and Helpman, 1987, etc.) but by the opportunity to project bilateral trade relations (see Wang and Winters, 1991; Hamilton and… (More)

- Sascha O. Becker, Peter H. Egger, Maximilian von Ehrlich, Rafal Raciborski
- 2008

The European Union (EU) provides grants to disadvantaged regions of member states to allow them to catch up with the EU average. Under the Objective 1 scheme, NUTS2 regions with a per-capita GDP level below 75% of the EU average qualify for structural funds transfers from the central EU budget. This rule gives rise to a regression-discontinuity design that… (More)

Recent work by Anderson and van Wincoop (2003) establishes an empirical modeling strategy which takes full account of the structural, non-(log-)linear impact of trade barriers on trade in new trade theory models. Structural new trade theory models have never been used to evaluate and quantify the role of endogenous preferential trade agreement (PTA)… (More)

- Badi H. Baltagi, Peter Egger, +6 authors Hee Seung Lee
- 2009

This paper proposes a generalized panel data model with random effects and first-order spatially autocorrelated residuals that encompasses two previously suggested specifications. The first one is described in Anselin’s (1988) book and the second one by Kapoor, Kelejian, and Prucha (2007). Our encompassing specification allows us to test for these models as… (More)

- Facundo Albornoz, Héctor F. Calvo Pardo, +11 authors Zhihong Yu
- 2009

Firms need to incur substantial sunk costs to break in foreign markets, yet many give up exporting shortly after their rst experience, which typically involves very small sales. Conversely, other new exporters shoot up their foreign sales and expand to new destinations. We investigate a simple theoretical mechanism that can rationalize these patterns. A rm… (More)

- Badi H. Baltagi, Peter Egger, +14 authors Ryan Yeung
- 2007

Recent research on trade and multinationals highlights a novel issue with multinational firms. In particular, their integration strategies are complex and the degree of vertical integration varies in a multilateral world with many possible locations of activity. Multinationals may choose some plants to serve consumers locally only, whereas others engage in… (More)

This paper provides an empirical analysis of the effects of new product versus process innovations on export propensity at the firm level. Product innovation is a key factor for successful market entry in models of creative construction and Schumpeterian growth. Process innovation helps securing a firm’s market position given the characteristics of its… (More)

- Monika Mrázová, Peter Neary, +12 authors Monika Mrazova
- 2012

We provide a general characterization of which firms will select alternative ways of serving a market. If and only if firms' maximum profits are supermodular in production and marketaccess costs, more efficient firms will select into the activity with lower market-access costs. Our result applies in a range of models and under a variety of assumptions about… (More)