Export Supply and Trade Reform: The Turkish Evidence

@inproceedings{Utkulu2004ExportSA,
  title={Export Supply and Trade Reform: The Turkish Evidence},
  author={Utku Utkulu and Dilek Aykut Seymen and Aydin Ari},
  year={2004}
}
The paper argues that a traditional model of export supply with explanatory variables such as export prices (relative contribution of improved export profitability), variable home and foreign costs, and productive capacity can be further extended by taking the effects of trade reform which consists of measures to reduce anti-export bias. In this sense, trade reform leads to the reduction of antiexport bias and thus strong supply response. Our extended model of export supply also includes import… CONTINUE READING

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