marginal intraindustry trade

Definitions

Economics

  • The portion of a change in trade, usually from one year to the next, that is intraindustry trade. The term was introduced by Hamilton and Kniest (1991), who provided a measure of it. Other measures have appeared since.
  • acronymMIIT
    (written as Marginal intraindustry trade)
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