Border Effect Estimates for France and Germany Combining International Trade and Intranational Transport Flows

@article{Helble2007BorderEE,
  title={Border Effect Estimates for France and Germany Combining International Trade and Intranational Transport Flows},
  author={Matthias Helble},
  journal={Review of World Economics},
  year={2007},
  volume={143},
  pages={433-463}
}
Since the seminal contribution of McCallum (1995) economists have tried to estimate the border effect for other countries than the United States and Canada, but have been confronted with a key data problem: data on regional trade flows are extremely rare. The different approaches put forward to overcome this lack of information have been shown to hinge crucially on certain distance measures. The main purpose of this paper is to develop a method that allows us determining border effects with a… Expand

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