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By Jean-Marie Grether, Tobias Müller (auth.), Richard E. Baldwin, Aymo Brunetti (eds.)

As a part of its european technique, the Swiss govt commissioned numerous examine tasks protecting crucial elements of financial integration. Given the attention-grabbing effects and the wealth of tools utilized in those experiences we made up our minds to arrange a convention with regards to 'The monetary influence of european club on Entrants: New tools and Issues". the belief was once to exploit the paintings on Switzerland as a case research for discussing glossy techniques on how one can investigate the commercial results of becoming a member of an integration area. This appeared to us to be a subject matter of substantial curiosity for the emerging variety of potential EU-member international locations. The reaction was once very beneficial with many eminent students agreeing to give a contribution. The convention came about in Lausanne, Switzerland in October 1999 and the papers submitted including the discussions are released during this quantity. we want to recognize the monetary aid of the Swiss kingdom Secretariat for fiscal Affairs and to thank the collage of Lausanne for supplying the venue amenities for the convention. Many individuals helped within the coaching of the convention and this quantity yet we wish to in particular point out Marc Surchat who supplied large enter for the convention and Walter Brodmann who very successfully reviewed and finalized the manuscript. The Editors RICHARD E. BALDWIN AND A YMO BRUNETTI the industrial effect OF european club ON ENTRANTS: NEW tools AND matters advent What a metamorphosis Europe has witnessed some time past 15 years.

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Baldwin and A. ), Economic Impact of EU Membership on Entrants, 27-39. © 200! Kluwer Academic Publishers. 28 J. MARKUSEN, T. RUTHERFORD, D. TARR Many routine services, such as cleaning services have been left off this list quite deliberately. While unskilled-labor-intensive services might be quantitatively important, they are not generally traded internationally. Firms incur costs of doing business abroad, and as such must have advantages over domestic firms. Thus we will disregard a wide range of routine services, and concentrate on the list just presented.

An interesting extension of this part of the analysis would thus be to model the collusion between firms, along the lines of Mercenier and Schmitt (1996). Second, welfare gains are expressed in terms of differences between two steady states. This has the clear advantage of taking account of the dynamic gains from integration, but the equally clear disadvantage of failing to include the loss from reduced consumption due to capital accumulation during the transition period. Baldwin (1992) shows that, on the margin, induced capital formation (which is the source of dynamic output effects) only translates into dynamic welfare gains if the social return to capital exceeds the private return.

An inactive FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN PRODUCER SERVICES 33 link is always inactive. In our case, this is not an appropriate procedure. We very much want to consider initial situations in which FDI is prohibited in a sector, and liberalization opens the closed sector. In a complementarity framework this is not a technical difficulty. The difficulty is economic. We would like to know how profitable the excluded activity would be if the barrier were removed. This will obviously be very quantitatively important to the results, which can range from zero (the barrier was redundant, the activity is not profitable with no barrier) to extremely high values.

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