Economic Growth in Foreign Regions and U.S. Export Growth

Nie, Jun; Taylor, Lisa
April 2013
Economic Review (01612387);2013 2nd Quarter, p31
Academic Journal
The article analyzes the relationship between the U.S. export growth and economic growth in different regions of the world using regression models. It provides a dynamic analysis of the association between U.S. export growth and foreign growth. It demonstrates how quantify the expected reduction in U.S. export growth associated to the decline in foreign growth.


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