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Use of the Aggregator Function to Determine Import Shares in a Multi-Sectoral Model

  • Shinichiro Nakamura
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Abstract

The demand for an input in the production process can be satisfied out of a domestic source, out of an imported source, or out of a mixture of these. With the exception of non-competitive imports, the last form of a mixture of sources may be the most usual pattern.

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