Bilateral Trade in Textiles and Apparel in the U.S. under the Caribbean Basin Initiative: Gravity Model Approach. Osei-Agyeman Yeboah 1 Saleem Shaik 2 Victor Ofori-Boadu 1 Albert Allen 3 Shawn Wozniak 4. 1 North Carolina A&T State University 2 North Dakota State University
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1North Carolina A&T State University
2North Dakota State University
3Mississippi State University
4Graduate Research Assistant at NCA&TSU
A Selected Paper Prepared for Presentation at the “Domestic and Trade Impacts of U.S. Farm Policy: Future Directions and Challenges," November 15-16, 2007 in Washington D.C.
The Econometric Specification the Caribbean Basin Initiative:
Results of the Estimated Equations the Caribbean Basin Initiative:Table 1. Descriptive Analysis of the Variables (N=80)
Results of the Estimated Equations the Caribbean Basin Initiative:Table 2. Results of the Fixed Effect Panel Estimation Procedure
***Indicates significance at 1% confidence level
** Indicates significance at 5% confidence level
Results of the Estimated Equations the Caribbean Basin Initiative:Figure 1. U.S. Imports of Textile and Apparel from CBI countries (1990 -2005)