Trade Between New Zealand and Latin American Countries

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:This book examines the evolution, growth and increasing intensity of trade between New Zealand and Latin American countries. Trade Between New Zealand and several of these countries has grown in value and the trade relationship have strengthened during the past forty years. Initially trade occurred erratically and in some cases was driven by specific domestic supply shortages in a countries in a growing range of products. Country specific gravity models are developed to explain bilateral New Zealand Latin American country trade during 1958-1997. income and population are important explanations for trade intensity together with non-traditional variables such as political and military events, diplomatic and marketing efforts. The book comments on possible future trends in this trade.

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María Victoria Cortés

Chapter 1

1.1 Context
1.2 Latin American Countries: Definition and Basic Features
1.3 Scope and Methodology
1.4 Contents of the Chapters

Chapter 2
New Zealand – Latin American Trade: The Setting

2.1 Introduction
2.2 The LACs and New Zealand: A contrasting profile
2.3 Trade and the Political System
2.4 Privatisation, liberalization and openness
2.5 Trade composition and partners
2.6 Summary

Chapter 3
Evolution of New Zealand – Latin American Trade: 1958-1997

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Data
3.3 Evolution of Global Trade
3.4 Evolution of bilateral trade
3.5 Bilateral trade from a regional integration viewpoint
3.6 Summary and conclusion

Chapter 4
Bilateral trade and gravity models

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Gravity models: Theoretical foundation
4.3 Empirical work in the gravity tradition
4.4 Choice of variables
4.5 The adjusted gravity model
4.6 Other modeling strategies
4.7 Summary

Chapter 5
Empirical results

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Procedure
5.3 Estimates for LAC’s imports
5.4 Estimates of imports to New Zealand
5.5 Import equations with a lagged import team

Chapter 6
Summary of empirical results

6.1 Empirical results: An overall view
6.2 Summarizing the results: Economic variables
6.3 Effect of political change
6.4 Military regimens

Chapter 7
Concluding observations

7.1 Some general observations
7.2 Policy implications
7.3 Shortchomings of the study and further research



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