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    Title: 自製率政策對中間財產業之扶植與技術提升之影響
    Other Titles: The Effects of Local Content Requirements on Assistance and Technological Upgrading in the Intermediate-Goods Industry
    Authors: Weng, Yungho;Liu, Bih Jane;Ding, Chia-Wei
    翁永和;劉碧珍;丁嘉瑋
    Keywords: Local content requirements;Intermediate goods;Industry development;Technological efficiency
    自製率;中間財;產業扶植;技術提升
    Date: 1998-06
    Issue Date: 2010-10-10 02:03:15 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper sets up a theoretical model to examine the economic impacts of local content requirements (LCRs) on the domestic intermediate-goods industry. The results indicate that, compared with the case of free trade, enforcing LCRs not only helps the industry to develop but also encourages it to adopt a more efficient technology. However, imposing higher rates of LCRs may or may not lead to the achievement of these goals depending on the elasticity of LCRs with respect to output. Furthermore, given the rates of LCRs, the imposing of higher tariffs on the final goods or lower tariffs on the intermediate goods can also result in both goals being achieved. Nevertheless, enforcing a policy of "double protection" by raising tariffs on both intermediate and final goods is shown to be ineffective.
    This paper sets up a theoretical model to examine the economic impacts of local content requirements (LCRs) on the domestic intermediate-goods industry. The results indicate that, compared with the case of free trade, enforcing LCRs not only helps the industry to develop but also encourages it to adopt a more efficient technology. However, imposing higher rates of LCRs may or may not lead to the achievement of these goals depending on the elasticity of LCRs with respect to output. Furthermore, given the rates of LCRs, the imposing of higher tariffs on the final goods or lower tariffs on the intermediate goods can also result in both goals being achieved. Nevertheless, enforcing a policy of "double protection" by raising tariffs on both intermediate and final goods is shown to be ineffective.
    Relation: 經濟論文, 26(2),219-242
    Academia Economic Papers, 26(2), 219-242
    Data Type: article
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