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    Title: 東亞區域經濟整合之實證分析
    Other Titles: A empirical study on east-asia economic integration
    Authors: 石承泰;Shih, Chen-tai
    Contributors: 淡江大學產業經濟學系碩士班
    麥朝成;Mai, Chao-cheng
    Keywords: 區域內貿易;貿易區塊;引力模型;空間分析;經濟整合;Intra-bloc trade;Trade bloc;Spatial analysis;Gravity model;Economic integration
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 01:19:39 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 這項研究是透過貿易指標對東亞區域中的十個國家的出口貿易進行分析,了解區域內貿易的情形,並結合地理資訊系統﹝G.I.S.﹞,觀察東亞貿易區塊如何形成,最後利用引力模型﹝Gravity Model﹞分析各國貿易流量的決定因素。
    The objective of this paper is to analyse the East-Asia intra-bloc trade and to evaluate the determinants of bilateral trade flows among East-Asia countries. Examinations of export shares and spatial analysis for the ten countries during the past thirteen years, 1990 to 2002, indicate that there is an evidence for the hypothesis of the East-Asia countries developing into trade bloc. We also apply a gravity model to quantify the effects of trade flows by employing 1990-2002 annual export data for East-Asia ten countries and modify the gravity model to identify separate effects of ASEAN on intra-bloc trade. It shows that there is no indication that regionalism boosted intra-bloc trade significantly
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