Trade and Jobs in Europe: Much Ado about Nothing?

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Country Dummies
DC1 Germany
DC2 France
DC3The Netherlands
DC4 Belgium-Luxembourg
Year Dummies
DY1 1988
DY2 1989
DY3 1990
DY4 1991

Appendix 3.2: Definition of the variables in equations 3.2 and 3.3
Sectoral Dummies
DN1Extraction of petroleum and natural gas
Mineral oil refining
DN2Extraction and preparation of metalliferous ores
Production and preliminary processing of metals
Extraction of minerals other than metalliferous and energy-producing
minerals; peat extraction
DN3Manufacture of non-metallic mineral products
DN4Chemical industry
Man-made fibres industry
DN5Manufacture of metal articles (except for mechanical, electrical and
instrument engineering and vehicles)
DN6Mechanical engineering
DN7Manufacture of office machinery and data processing machinery
Instrument engineering
DN8Electrical engineering
DN9Manufacture of motor vehicles and of motor vehicle parts and accessories
DN10Manufacture of other means of transport
DN11Textile industry
Leather and leather goods industry (except footwear and clothing)
Footwear and clothing industry
DN12Timber and wooden furniture industries
DN13Manufacture of paper and paper products; printing and publishing
DN14Processing of rubber and plastics

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