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Product Differentiation and Geographical Expansion of Exports Network at Industry level

  title={Product Differentiation and Geographical Expansion of Exports Network at Industry level},
  author={Xuejian Wang},
  journal={arXiv: General Economics},
  • Xuejian Wang
  • Published 13 December 2020
  • Economics, Business
  • arXiv: General Economics
Industries can enter one country first, and then enter its neighbors' markets. Firms in the industry can expand trade network through the export behavior of other firms in the industry. If a firm is dependent on a few foreign markets, the political risks of the markets will hurt the firm. The frequent trade disputes reflect the importance of the choice of export destinations. Although the market diversification strategy was proposed before, most firms still focus on a few markets, and the paper… 

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