Finance and Competitiveness in Developing Countries

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2.1 Evolution of selected macroeconomic variables 22
2.2 Contributions to the trade balance 25
2.3 Aggregate indices of intra-industry trade 25
2.4 Manufacturing: trade-balance-, exports- and imports-to-output ratios 26
2.5 Manufacturing: indices of output, labor productivity and unit labor costs 26
2.6 Export growth and investment 27
2.7 Credit and manufacturing activity level 28
2.8 Evolution of key real variables of loser sectors 30
2.9 Evolution of key real variables of winner sectors 30
2.10 The determinants of asset accumulation 31
2.11 The determinants of the long-run debt ratio 35
2.12 Trade specialization and external dependence ratio 38
2.13 Indices of concentration of exports 39
2.14 Volatility measures for liabilities and income: manufacturing industry 41
2.15 Volatility measures of balance-sheet items in services and manufacturing 41
3.1 Selected macroeconomic data 48
3.2 Contribution to trade balance 55
3.3 Revealed comparative advantage - Balassa's index 58
3.4 Grubel and Lloyd intra-industry index 58
3.5 Sample firms broken down by sector 59
3.6 Pattern of finance 60
3.7 Regression results 65
3.8 Regression results 67
3.9 Credit to private sector 68
3.10 Regression results 69
3.11 Contribution to the trade balance across periods 71
3.12 Correlation coefficient between external dependence and CTB 72
3.13 Regression results 73
4.1 Decomposition of India's exports 85

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