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Title: Japan-European Union Bilateral Trade: An Empirical Investigation
Citation: International Business Strategies and Middle East Regional Cooperation, CD-ROM, European International Business Academy (EIBA), Jerusalem, 1998.
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to analyze the main determinants of the bilateral trade flows between Japan and seven countries members of the European Union. The analysis focuses on the importance of prices, activity variables, the inflows of Japanese Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) towards these European countries and the exchange rate fluctuations on exports and imports via the pass-through effect. The methodology adopted is the construction and ec- onometric estimation of a model comprising of demand and supply equations.
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