The border effect and Scottish independence

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Abstract

The border effect is the empirical regularity that trade is much higher within countries than across national boundaries. This clearly has some relevance for the economics of Scottish independence, but how much and what exactly is this relevance?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence
EditorsDavid Bell, David Eiser, Klaus Beckmann
Place of PublicationHamburg, Germany
Pages51-60
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2014

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Border effect
Economics
Regularity

Keywords

  • Scottish independence
  • referendum
  • indy ref

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Comerford, D. (2014). The border effect and Scottish independence. In D. Bell, D. Eiser, & K. Beckmann (Eds.), The Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence (pp. 51-60). Hamburg, Germany.
Comerford, David. / The border effect and Scottish independence. The Economic Consequences of Scottish Independence. editor / David Bell ; David Eiser ; Klaus Beckmann. Hamburg, Germany, 2014. pp. 51-60
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