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A közép-kelet-európai országok agrár-külkereskedelmi integrációja az Európai Unióba: mit mondanak nekünk a nemzetközi kereskedelemelmélet előrejelzései és az empirikus vizsgálatok?

Megjelent december 13, 2010
Imre Fertő
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem Agrárközgazdasági és Vidékfejlesztési Tanszék
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Fertő, I. (2010). A közép-kelet-európai országok agrár-külkereskedelmi integrációja az Európai Unióba: mit mondanak nekünk a nemzetközi kereskedelemelmélet előrejelzései és az empirikus vizsgálatok?. Competitio, 9(2), 62-77. https://doi.org/10.21845/comp/2010/2/4

A cikk röviden áttekinti a közép-kelet-európai országok az Európai Unióba irányuló agrár-külkereskedelmi integrációjáról szóló empirikus irodalom legfontosabb eredményeit. A várakozásokkal szemben a régió országai nem lettek jelentős agrárexportőrök. Az agrárkereskedelem specializációjában, az ágazaton belüli kereskedelem szerkezete, az ár és minőségi árversenyképesség jelentős szóródást mutat az egyes országok és termékcsoportok között. A különbségek jórészt visszavezethetők a relatív tényezőellátottságban megfigyelhető eltérésekre, illetve az egyes országok különböző kiindulóhelyzetére. Az új elméleti és
módszertani eredmények alkalmazása az agrár-külkereskedelem elemzésében sokat segíthet az új tagállamok külkereskedelmi integrációjának jobb megértésében.

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