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Taste Heterogeneity, Trade, and the Within-Industry Home Market Effect

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This document is an extended abstract of Working Paper Number 09.05 at the Study Center Gerzensee. I thank Thomas Chaney, Robert Feenstra, Gene Grossman, Marc Melitz, seminar participants at the 2009 Swiss Economic Society Meetings, and especially Philip Saurè for helpful discussions. The views presented in this document do not necessarily reflect those of the Swiss National Bank.

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Auer, R. Taste Heterogeneity, Trade, and the Within-Industry Home Market Effect. Swiss J Economics Statistics 145, 387–403 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03399286

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Keywords

  • home-bias
  • within-industry trade
  • product heterogeneity