|Statement||by Alejandro Micco, Natalia Pérez.|
|Series||Working paper ;, 441, Working paper series (Inter-American Development Bank. Office of the Chief Economist) ;, 441.|
|Contributions||Pérez, Natalia., Inter-American Development Bank. Research Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002616240|
Reviews ’The globalization of trade makes maritime transportation a remarkably important derived service in the world economy. Gordon Wilmsmeier analyses the most crucial factors that explain the complexity of maritime transport costs over the last decades in Latin America, a region that is highly dependent on maritime trade, and evaluates its relative importance using a comprehensive. Determinants of Maritime Transport Costs. A Panel Data Analysis for Latin American Trade Article (PDF Available) in Transportation Planning and Technology 33(1) June with Reads. This paper analyses the determinants of maritime transport costs for intra-Latin American trade over a period of 6 years (). The data refer to yearly disaggregated (five-digit level Standard International Classification) containerised maritime trade flows on trade routes. Maritime Transport Costs Transport costs have and Port Efficiency increased their relative importance as a barrier to trade. Distance, c:r,'lr-,err:>File Size: 1MB.
Downloadable! Recent literature has emphasized the importance of transport costs and infrastructure in explaining trade, access to markets, and increases in per capita income. For most Latin American countries, transport costs are a greater barrier to U.S. markets than import tariffs. The authors investigate the determinants of shipping costs to the U.S. with a large database of more than Cited by: International Maritime Transport Costs book. Market Structures and Network Configurations. Further, the book uses a unique set of data that gives an extensive insight into Latin American international maritime transport costs and its determinants. This is a clear call for policy makers and port authorities to strengthen transnational Cited by: 7. In our analysis, we stress the effect of port efficiency on maritime transport costs, and we address the problems of endogeneity and omitted variable bias present in the price equation. Empirical framework. To estimate the importance of each factor in maritime transport costs, we use a standard reduced form by: Downloadable! This paper analyses the determinants of transport costs for intra-Latin American trade over a period of six years (). The data refer to yearly disaggregated (SITC 5 digit level) maritime trade flows on trade routes. With this data set, a transport costs equation is estimated using linear regression analysis in a panel data framework.
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