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Input structure, international trade of intermediate goods, and international competitiveness

Kim, Dongseok

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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship among input structure, international trade of intermediate goods, and international competitiveness at aggregate and sector levels using input-output (IO) tables and IO analysis. We used the IO tables of 66 countries included in the 2021 Edition of OECD’s Input-Output Database (IO-DB), and we observed that IO tables and IO analysis can be useful in understanding the above-mentioned relationships. We found that IO analysis, in particular input structures and impact of final demand on value-added, provides useful hints and intuition about recent trends in international trade and the way countries utilize the global production network.

Issue Date
2023-11
Publisher
Hanyang Economic Research Institute
Keywords(Author)
Input Structure; International Trade of Intermediate Goods; Value-Added Multiplier; International Competitiveness
URL
https://kci.go.kr/kciportal/ci/sereArticleSearch/ciSereArtiView.kci?sereArticleSearchBean.artiId=ART003018644
DOI
10.17256/jer.2023.28.3.001
Journal Title
Journal of Economic Research (JER)
Start Page
219
End Page
247
ISSN
1226-4261
Language
English
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