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1 105/1 國企系 劉一成 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 How did Japanese Exports Evolve from 1995 to 2014? A Spatial Econometric Perspective , [105-1] :How did Japanese Exports Evolve from 1995 to 2014? A Spatial Econometric Perspective期刊論文How did Japanese Exports Evolve from 1995 to 2014? A Spatial Econometric PerspectiveLiu, Yi-Cheng; Yang, Wen; Mai, Shin-Ying; C.C. MaiSpatial Econometrics; Japan exports distribution;Exports determinantsJapan & the World Economy 441, p.50-58Spatial econometric techniques can eliminate the bias when spatial effects are neglected. However, so far there is no research on investigating the spatial configuration of Japanese exports and determinants of its exports to sustain its exports competitiveness. Empirical evidence shows that the spatial configuration of Japan’s exports evolved over the past two decades. It exported to countries with higher political stability, higher degree of economic integration with Japan and to countries which have larger outward foreign direct investment from Japan. Also, its exports have positive and significant relationship with countries which have large imports to Ja
2 105/2 國企系 劉一成 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences: 1995 to 2014 , [105-2] :What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences: 1995 to 2014期刊論文What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences: 1995 to 2014Liu, Yi-Cheng; Yang, Wen; Mai, Shin-Ying; C.C. Maispatial econometrics, spatial effects; German exports distribution; exports determinantsInternational Business Research 10(9), p.17-30German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometric evidences. This paper explores four explanations and evaluates their empirical contributions: (i) German exports were highly correlated to its imports. Thus, its exports built upon bilateral trade flows. (ii) German exported to countries with high GDP per capita with the capability and the demand of high-quality and less price-elastic goods. (iii) It exported to countries with economic integration with other countries such as free trade agreements. (iv) Its exports broadened from Europe to other countries in America and the As
3 106/1 統計系 楊 文 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences:1995 to 2014 , [106-1] :What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences:1995 to 2014期刊論文What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences:1995 to 2014Wen Yang, Yi- Cheng Liu, Chao-Cheng Maispatial econometrics;spatial effects;German exports distribution;exports determinantsInternational Business Research 10(9), p.17-30German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometric German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometric German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometric German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometric German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometric German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometr
4 106/1 產經系 麥朝成 約聘專任特聘研究講座 期刊論文 發佈 What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences: 1995 to 2014 , [106-1] :What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences: 1995 to 2014期刊論文What Explains German Export Performances? Spatial Econometric Evidences: 1995 to 2014Yang, Wen; Liu, Yi-Cheng; Mai, Chao-Chengspatial econometrics; spatial effects; German exports distribution; exports determinants.International Business Research 10(9), p.17-30German exports achieved outstanding performances, yet there is lack of research utilizing spatial econometric evidences. This paper explores four explanations and evaluates their empirical contributions: (i) German exports were highly correlated to its imports. Thus, its exports built upon bilateral trade flows. (ii) German exported to countries with high GDP per capita with the capability and the demand of high-quality and less price-elastic goods. (iii) It exported to countries with economic integration with other countries such as free trade agreements. (iv) Its exports broadened from Europe to other countries in America and the Asia Pacif
5 105/2 統計系 楊 文 副教授 期刊論文 發佈 How did Japanese Exports Evolve from 1995 to 2014? A Spatial Econometric Perspective , [105-2] :How did Japanese Exports Evolve from 1995 to 2014? A Spatial Econometric Perspective期刊論文How did Japanese Exports Evolve from 1995 to 2014? A Spatial Econometric PerspectiveWen Yang; Yi- Cheng Liu; Chao-Cheng MaiSpatial Econometrics;Japan exports distribution;Exports determinantsJapan and the World Economy 41, p.50–58Spatial econometric techniques can eliminate the bias when spatial effects are neglected. However, so far there is no research on investigating the spatial configuration of Japanese exports and determinants of its exports to sustain its exports competitiveness. Empirical evidence shows that the spatial configuration of Japan’s exports evolved over the past two decades. It exported to countries with higher political stability, higher degree of economic integration with Japan and to countries which have larger outward foreign direct investment from Japan. Also, its exports have positive and significant relationship with countries which have large imports to Japan. Its expo
6 105/2 產經系 麥朝成 約聘專任特聘研究講座 期刊論文 發佈 How did Japanese exports evolve from 1995 to 2014? A spatial econometric perspective , [105-2] :How did Japanese exports evolve from 1995 to 2014? A spatial econometric perspective期刊論文How did Japanese exports evolve from 1995 to 2014? A spatial econometric perspectiveYang, Wen; Liu, Yi-Cheng; Mai, Chao-ChengSpatial Econometrics;Japan exports distribution;exports determinantsJapan and the World Economy 41, pp.50–58Spatial econometric techniques can eliminate the bias when spatial effects are neglected. However, so far there is no research on investigating the spatial configuration of Japanese exports and determinants of its exports to sustain its exports competitiveness. Empirical evidence shows that the spatial configuration of Japan’s exports evolved over the past two decades. It exported to countries with higher political stability, higher degree of economic integration with Japan and to countries which have larger outward foreign direct investment from Japan. Also, its exports have positive and significant relationship with countries which have large imports to Japan. Its ex
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