constant market share analysis

Definitions

Economics

  • A technique for decomposing the change in a country's trade into components that correspond to holding its market shares constant in various markets. Introduced to international trade by Tyszynski (1951), it is an application of shift and share analysis of Creamer (1943).
  • abbreviationCMS analysis
    (written as Constant market share analysis)
  • constant market share analysis
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