Modeling Africa’s Demand for Iron and Steel Importation: An International Market Estimation Method Perspective

@inproceedings{Ravelomanana2014ModelingAD,
  title={Modeling Africa’s Demand for Iron and Steel Importation: An International Market Estimation Method Perspective},
  author={Fidelys Ravelomanana and Liang Ming Yan and Christophe Mahazomanana and Leoncine Paul Miarisoa},
  year={2014}
}
This paper describes the first part of my PhD research project where Africa’s Demand for Iron and Steel Importation Long-Term Relationship with its explanatory variables is investigated. We employ a panel of 19 African countries for a period that spans from 1994 to 2012. We consider the long-term relationship that may exist between the iron and steel importations and the explanatory variables used (GDP per capita, investment in infrastructure, real effective exchange rate, and the number of… CONTINUE READING

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