International Trade: New Patterns of Trade, Production & Investment

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Tables
Table 1.1 The Growth and Volatility of World Output, 1870-1990 2
Table 1.2 Annual Average Growth Rates of Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at Market Prices by Region, 1960-1998 (percentage) 3
Table 1.3 Annual Average Growth Rates of Real Groups Domestic Product (GDP) per Capita at Market Prices, 1960-1998 (percentage) 4
Table 1.4 The Growth of World Production and Trade, 1960-1996 11
Table 1.5 The Percentage Share of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Traded, 1928-1990 13
Table 1.6 The Commodity Composition of World Merchandise Exports, 1955-1995 14
Table 1.7 The Geographical Composition of World Trade, 1963-1995 21
Table 1.8 World’s Leading Exporters of Manufactures, 1963-1995 22
Table 1.9 The Regional Structure of World Merchandise Exports, 1995 (billion dollars and percentages) 23
Table 1.10 Measures of the Regionalisation of International Trade, 1928-1990 25
Table 3.1 An Example of How to Calculate Intra-Industry Trade Using the Grubel and Lloyd Indices 74
Table 3.2 An Example of the Trade-Imbalance Distortion Effect of Using the Grubel and Lloyd Summary Intra-Industry Trade Index 76
Table 3.3 An Example of the Aquino Trade-Imbalance Adjusted Method of Measurement of Intra-Industry Trade 77
Table 3.4 An Example of How to Test for Categorical Aggregation in the Measurement of Intra-Industry Trade: the Greenaway-Milner Method 81
Table 3.5 Intra-Industry Trade Ratios for Trade in Manufactures Among OECD Countries, 1964, 1967, 1974 82
Table 3.6 Intra-Industry Trade Ratios and Growth in Total Trade for OECD Countries, 1959-1967 83
Table 3.7 Levels of Intra-Industry Trade as a Proportion of Total Trade in Manufactured Goods by Country 1972 83
Table 3.8 Shares of Intra-Industry Trade in Total Trade and in Trade with Certain Groups of Countries in 1980 84
Table 3.9 Change in the Share of Intra-Industry Trade Between 1970 and 1980 (percentage units) 84
Table 3.10 The Grubel-Lloyd Index for Intra-Industry Trade in Manufactures, OECD Countries, 1970-1985 86
Table 4.1 Rates of Growth of GNP, Trade and Investment at Current Prices

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