Catherine A. Milot

Department of Foreign Affairs
and International Trade, Canada
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Canada K1N 1J1

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Institutional Affiliation: Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

NBER Working Papers and Publications

December 2011The Incidence of Geography on Canada's Services Trade
with James E. Anderson, Yoto V. Yotov: w17630
We estimate geographic barriers to export trade in nine service categories for Canada's provinces from 1997 to 2007 using the structural gravity model. Constructed Home, Domestic and Foreign Bias indexes (the last two new) capture the direct plus indirect effect of services trade costs on intra-provincial, inter-provincial and international trade relative to their frictionless benchmarks. Barriers to services international trade are huge relative to inter-provincial trade and large relative to goods international trade. A novel test confirms the fit of structural gravity with services trade data.

Published: HOW MUCH DOES GEOGRAPHY DEFLECT SERVICES TRADE? CANADIAN ANSWERS James E. Anderson1,*, Catherine A. Milot2 andYoto V. Yotov3,† International Economic Review Volume 55, Issue 3, pages 791–818, August 2014

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