Taiwan’s terms of trade from 1989 to 2017



Kai-Yun Tsai, PhD Student, CAMA


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Wednesday, 14 August, 2019 - 11:00 to 12:00

The paper presented in this seminar examines the determinants of Taiwan’s terms of trade over the last three decades. The Prebisch-Singer hypothesis and Kaplinsky and Santos-Paulino (2005) suggest that a manufacturing-based economy, which primarily exports high-tech goods, should have an increasing trend in its terms of trade. However, as a major exporter of information and communication technology (ICT) goods, Taiwan has experienced a downward terms of trade in the last few decades.

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