Measuring the Effects of Economic Integration
Despite the huge difficulties of measuring integration effects, organizations and economists have nevertheless been inspired by the existence of the EEC and EFTA to attempt the task. Four studies are discussed in this chapter in order to show how various statistical methods have been devised and gradually refined to the point where a few tentative results have been obtained.
KeywordsEconomic Integration Trade Flow Gross National Product Residual Deviation Free Trade Area
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