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Título: The competitiveness of the China and India in the European Union
Autor: Coutinho, Ana Luísa Paulino
Orientador: Fontoura, Maria Paula
Palavras-chave: China
India
Competitiveness
European Union
Revealed Comparative Advantage
Constant Market Shares Technique
Trade Potential analysis
Tariffs
Data de Defesa: Set-2011
Editora: Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão
Citação: Coutinho, Ana Luísa Paulino. 2011. "The competitiveness of the China and India in the European Union". Dissertação de Mestrado. Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão.
Resumo: This paper aims to examine the Competitiveness of China and India in the European Union based on the international trade values, during the time period 2001- 2009. It firstly reflects about the ambiguous definition of Competitiveness as well as the diversity of methods that exist to measure this concept. Subsequently, the following work seeks to analyse the exports growth of China and India in particular to the European market. Therefore, some methodologies were used in this paper: the Revealed Comparative Advantage analysis, which seeks to capture the products where China and India present Comparative advantage at world’s level; the Constant Market Share analysis, which pretends to verify if the Competitiveness explain the export growth to the European market; and the analysis based on the combination of the Trade Complementarity Index with the Geographical Orientation Index, which permits to identity the products where there is room, for China and India, to expand their exports to the European Union, under certain circumstances. The empirical analysis suggests that China’s and India’s exports are competitive in products identified by the three methodologies, having in many of them capacity to increase their exports to the European market. However, there still persist high levels of trade protection applied by the European Union, which can explain why China’s and India’s exports have not yet take advantage of their full potential.
Descrição: Master in International Economics and European Studies
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.5/5009
Aparece nas colecções:BISEG - Dissertações de Mestrado / Master Thesis
DE - Dissertações de Mestrado / Master Thesis

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