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Objectives of the Study * To examine the competitiveness of major rice exporting countries with the help of Blassa's Revealed Comparative Advantage Index and White's Revealed Competitive Advantage Index.
Trade data suggests that Lebanon has a very strong revealed comparative advantage in the export of fruit and vegetables as well as wine and tobacco, added Harrigan.
I To measure competitiveness of manufactured exports, various measures like composition and market share of manufactured exports, compound annual growth rates, revealed comparative advantage index and constant-market-share model have been used.
The findings form part of a Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA) index, the first in a series of research projects conducted by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI).
Trade Competitiveness (TC) and Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA) are two of the most frequently used indicators to measure China's CA in service trade.
Using disaggregate product data classified by the Harmonized System code, this paper computes the revealed comparative advantage (RCA) for seven major economies that, when combined, contributed more than 80% of global manufacturing exports in 1996-97 and 2006-07.
We must first introduce the methodology we use to determine actual levels of international competitiveness, the relative revealed comparative advantage (RRCA).
The adoption of the Aquino index as dependent variable follows the empirical approach inaugurated by Dreze (1961) and Sleuwaegen and De Backer (2001) who use a revealed comparative advantage measure, usually the Balassa index, to estimate the factor content of trade.