Trade Reforms and the Survival of the Passenger Motor Vehicle Industry in Australia

@inproceedings{Sanidas2003TradeRA,
  title={Trade Reforms and the Survival of the Passenger Motor Vehicle Industry in Australia},
  author={Elias Sanidas and Kankesu Jayanthakumaran},
  year={2003}
}
The Passenger Motor Vehicle (PMV) industry in Australia experienced extensive trade reforms in the late 1980s which were expected to promote a competitive PMV industry. This paper tests the hypotheses that decreasing protection have had a significant effect on production, imports, exports, labour productivity and organizational innovations (A1); and this effect is particularly evident since 1988 (A2). We have used cointegration analysis to test the hypothesis (A1) and the Chow test for (A2… CONTINUE READING

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