한국해양대학교

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Title
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일 3국간 산업내 무역구조분석 및 확대방안
한∙
Alternative Title
中韩
大方案
造分析和扩
易ĉ





日三国
Author(s)
왕해
Publication Year
2011
Publisher
한국해양대학교 대학원
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002175828
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/10143
Abstract
Since 1960s, the study on intra-industry trade between developed countries has appeared in vast amount of literatures, forming the basis for the new trade theory.

The developed countries had long been the focus of the intra-industry studies. With the development of the international trade, the intra-industries trade between the countries which is in the different economic levels has attracted more interests than before. China is a developing country, a major participant in international trade. Japan is a developed country and Korea is the booming industrialized country. In addition, Japan and Korea are both successful countries which learn advanced technology from the west countries and imitate, create the successful aspects from the west countries. It is good experience for China and worthwhile to research into the mechanism of intra-industry trade between these three countries.

This paper summarizes the theoretical and framework of intra-industry trade theory in chapter II. In the following Chapter, it has a overview of the intra-industry trade situation between China, Japan and Korea during 1995-2009 according to classification of SITC. Then the intra-industry index is subdivided into horizontal intra-industry trade index and vertical intra-industry trade index and analysed accordingly.

Chapter Ⅳ gives a brief discussion concerning the effects of intra-industry trade on China’s foreign trade development, consumption and industry structure. And last chapter, the paper sums up the policy implications on further improving the condition of intra-industry trade between China, Korea and Japan.
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