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Export Pioneers in Latin America

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Why do some new export activities succeed while others do not? Why are some not even attempted? In this book, distinguished research teams analyze eleven cases of new export endeavors in six Latin American countries to learn how export pioneers are born and jump-start a virtuous process leading to economic transformation. The case studies range from blueberries in Argentina and fresh cut flowers in Colombia to aircraft in Brazil and software in Uruguay. They put to the test two conjectures: that costly burdens to entrepreneurial self-discovery due to imitation by competitors deter would-be pioneers (the low appropriation hypothesis advanced by Harvard's Hausmann and Rodrik) and that new export activities are a complex enterprise that only reach fruition when the innovative contributions of many actors are somehow provided jointly (the failure of coordination hypothesis). These case studies offer many examples in which cooperation proved absolutely vital to export success, while problems of appropriation appeared less critical. Interestingly, in solving coordination problems, innovators frequently mitigated problems of appropriation. Coordination is difficult, however, and, as the tales of these export pioneers suggest, industrial policy has an important role to play in facilitating it.

Synopsis:

Why do some export activities succeed while others fail? Here, research teams analyze export endeavors in Latin American countries to learn how export pioneers are born and jump-start a process leading to economic transformation. Case studies range from blueberries in Argentina and flowers in Colombia to aircraft in Brazil and software in Uruguay.

About the Author

Charles Sabel is Maurice T. Moore Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.Eduardo Fernández-Arias is Lead Economist at the Inter-American Development Bank.Ricardo Hausmann is Director of the Center for International Development at Harvard University.Andrés Rodríguez-Clare is Professor of Economics at Pennsylvania State University.Ernesto Stein is Lead Economist at the Inter-American Development Bank.

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Product Details

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Location:
Cambridge
Subject:
Exports & Imports
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Business-Start Up Business
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World History-South America
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Business & Economics-Economics - Comparative
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BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship
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Business & Economics-Economics - Theory
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History-Latin America - General
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Publication Date:
20120631
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
20 bandw illustrations; 24 tables
Pages:
326
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

Related Subjects

Business » Import and Export
Business » International
Business » Small Businesses » General
Business » Start Up Business
History and Social Science » Economics » General
History and Social Science » World History » South America
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Metaphysics » Parapsychology
Religion » Comparative Religion » General
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"Synopsis" by , Why do some export activities succeed while others fail? Here, research teams analyze export endeavors in Latin American countries to learn how export pioneers are born and jump-start a process leading to economic transformation. Case studies range from blueberries in Argentina and flowers in Colombia to aircraft in Brazil and software in Uruguay.
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