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Revealed Comparative Advantage. Revealed Comparative Advantage. The revealed comparative advantage of a nation is measured by the relative weight of a percentage of total export of commodity’s in a nation over the percentage of world export in that commodity . Balassa (1965)

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Revealed comparative advantage

Revealed Comparative Advantage


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Revealed Comparative Advantage

  • The revealed comparative advantage of a nation is measured by the relative weight of a percentage of total export of commodity’s in a nation over the percentage of world export in that commodity.

  • Balassa (1965)

  • K is an industrial index while j is a country index, X is export


Implication

Implication

  • When RCA>1, it means that country j has a revealed comparative advantage on commodity k.

  • When RCA<1, it means that country j has a revealed comparative disadvantage on commodity k.


2 intra industry trade index

(2) Intra-Industry Trade Index

  • Formula to calculate the importance of intra-industry trade within a given industry

  • I=1-abs(EX-IM)/(EX+IM)

  • If a country only export in that industry, then I=0

  • If a country only import in that industry, then I=0

  • If a country’s exports and imports within an industry are equal, then we have I=1.


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