DECLINING U.S. TOBACCO EXPORTS TO AUSTRALIA: A DERIVED DEMAND APPROACH TO COMPETITIVENESS
We investigate the loss of competitiveness of U.S. tobacco leaf exports in Australian cigarette manufacturing using industry-level time-series data. We account for relative prices, distorting policies, maturation of the cigarette market and scale, changing cigarette characteristics and market structure. We provide a decomposition analysis that reveals the relative impact of these factors over time on U.S. tobacco exports to Australia.
U.S. tobacco, export, competitiveness, Australia, Crop Production/Industries, International Relations/Trade,
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