2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.econ.2017.03.001
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The effect of technological intensity of exports on the economic growth of Brazilian microregions: A spatial analysis with panel data

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“…Banyak studi empiris yang mengukur kekuatan daya saing perdagangan internasional dengan menggunakan ukuran intensitas ekspor (Balassa, 1978;Raiher et al, 2017). Indikator daya saing dengan menggunakan rasio barang yang diekspor dengan total barang yang diproduksi menjadi tidak relevan jika pola perdagangan yang terjadi menunjukkan pola perdagangan vertikal yang terintegrasi.…”
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“…Banyak studi empiris yang mengukur kekuatan daya saing perdagangan internasional dengan menggunakan ukuran intensitas ekspor (Balassa, 1978;Raiher et al, 2017). Indikator daya saing dengan menggunakan rasio barang yang diekspor dengan total barang yang diproduksi menjadi tidak relevan jika pola perdagangan yang terjadi menunjukkan pola perdagangan vertikal yang terintegrasi.…”
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“…The technology changes that came with the appearance of the Industry 4.0 revolution completely changed the value chains of firms from the manufacturing sector (Raiher et al, 2017;. The application of the Industry 4.0 concepts in the manufacturing sector has primarily changed production processes, and thus everything related to them (Alheriani et al, 2021;Frank et al, 2019).…”
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“…This is shown by the four circles above the corresponding bars -the percentages shown in the circles are the shares of the respective manufacturing category in the total exports. A vast number of works in the economics and development literature show that exports and their composition, particularly in terms of their technological intensity, are one of the most important economic growth conditions in a country or region (Crespo Cuaresma and Woerz (2005); Hausmann, Hwang, and Rodrik (2007); Raiher, Souza do Carmo, and Stege (2017)). Hausmann et al (2007) show evidence that the economic growth is influenced by the composition of the exports agenda, and the more sophisticated exports (which they characterize as high productivity exports) are associated to higher economic growth rates.…”
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confidence: 99%