High-end variety exporters defying distance: Macro implications

Julien Martin, Florian Mayneris, 4 December 2013



Vox columns by Peter Schott (2007) and Fontagné et al. (2008) have argued that developed countries specialise in the production of high-end varieties – expensive varieties of a product which have specific attributes such as reputation, branding, or quality that make them appealing to consumers in spite of their higher price.

Topics: International trade
Tags: exports, France, luxury goods, trade

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