Are services traded differently?

Andrea Ariu, 23 December 2012

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International trade is traditionally thought of as goods crossing borders. Trade in services, however, is becoming increasingly important for high-income countries and its role is likely to grow substantially over the next years (Francois and Hoekman 2010).

Trade in services and goods differ along several critical dimensions (WTO 2010).

Topics: International trade
Tags: Belgium, firms, trade in services

Services trade, the IT revolution, and occupational tasks

Giordano Mion, Andrea Ariu, 25 February 2012

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Topics: International trade
Tags: Belgium, IT, offshoring, trade in services

How does access regulation affect broadband penetration?

Jan Bouckaert, Theon van Dijk, Frank Verboven, 19 December 2008

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The evolution of broadband penetration has shown substantial regional differences, both between and within OECD countries. Are these differences mainly due to external circumstances such as the level of development or geographic and demographic conditions?

Topics: Competition policy, Europe's nations and regions
Tags: Belgium, Herfindahl indices, internet

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