Bilateral trade model specification

By on June 16th, 2021 in Trade


In this paper, I base this model on the gravity model of international trade as Smith (1999, 2000, and 2002) and Rafiquzzaman (2002). The gravity trade model states that the amount of trade between two countries can be evaluated on their country-level characteristics (Anderson, J. E. , 1979). The basic gravity model can be derived […]

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT PROJECT PROPOSAL FOR MINISTRY OF TRADE WEB PORTAL PRESENTED BY: RAHAB WAMBUI KIARIE REG NO: SP13/20526/08 COURSE CODE: COMP 402 PRESENTED TO: MR. OMWOYO SUBMISSION TIME: OCTOBER 2011 A project proposal submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science of Egerton University. Table of Contents ABSTRACT3 […]

Atlantic Slave Trade 1500-1800

By on April 12th, 2021 in Trade


The Atlantic migration of Europeans and Africans to America and the commercial activities associated with it created an economy that for the first time in history could be called global. For many years, historians have relied upon the word mercantilism to capture this international world. Over the last decade, as research has focused more intently […]

1950’s Trade Policies of Pakistan

By on April 4th, 2021 in Trade


Period II: The Golden Sixties, 1958 to 19695 Ayub Khan, the first military dictator of Pakistan, assumed complete control of the state in October 1958 and reigned over the golden period of Pakistan’s economic history. With the help of Harvard advisors, Khan vigorously implemented the Planning Commission on Economic Management and Reforms with impressive results. 6 […]

Japan-US trade friction

By on March 27th, 2021 in Trade


The sixty years that have passed since the ending of the Second World War have been a period of extremely rapid economic growth. On average, world output has grown at a faster rate than in any other period of history. A major cause of the growth in output has been the rapid growth of world […]

China trade performances and policies

By on March 24th, 2021 in Trade


Consumption Behavior China is the world’s largest car market. By the end of 2012 the number of motor icicles reached 109. 4 million in China. China produced 19. 3 million cars in 2012. China is the world’s largest mobile phone market, with over 1. 1 billion subscribers at the end of 2012. China is the […]

Evaluate the disadvantages of further trade liberalisation to the UK. (30) Trade liberalisation is considered to be the removal or reduction of restrictions or barriers on the free exchange of goods between nations. This includes the removal or reduction of both tariff (duties and surcharges) and non-tariff obstacles (like licensing rules, quotas and other requirements). […]

World trade publishers Incoterms

By on March 21st, 2021 in Trade


This is a document which states in which country the goods were produced. Mainly it is required while making claims for duties. This document may be required b the importing country for their authorities to identify where the goods were manufactured. This is important in assessing if the goods are qualified for preferential tariffs. The […]