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Trade in Climate Smart Goods

and Other Specialized Products of Ecuador

Trade in Climate Smart Goods
3.2 (17 reviews)
ISBN: 978-87-403-0142-7
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Pages : 129
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About the book

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  3. About the Author


The book discusses national and international policies for promoting Climate Smart Goods (CSG) trade and limiting Green House Gas (GHG) Emissions in the wake of Global Economic Downturn and Natural disasters striking countries - just like we saw in Japan. The study uses trade indices to identify some of the CSG and specialized products of Ecuador, SMART analysis for evaluating the benefits of Preferential Trading Arrangements and Gravity model (with theoretical justification) for working out the export potential of CSG and the specialized products of Ecuador. The study shows that trade, growth and environmental sustainability have limited trade off between themselves.


  1. Use of Trade Indices to Understand Trade Relations of Ecuador for Climate Smart Goods, Total Trade and Specialized Products
    1. Revealed Comparative Advantage, Export Specialization Index and Product Concentration of Climate Smart Goods in Ecuadorian Exports: A Comparative Analysis with India
    2. Ecuador Trade Relations with Other Countries on Total Trade and Specific Products: A Quantitative Analysis using Trade Indices
  2. Trade Liberalization of CSG and Other Specialized Products: Comparative Analysis Using SMART
    1. Simulations Done Using Smart Analysis (Within Wits) For Working Out The Liberalization Impact Of Csg Trade Of Ecuador With Mercosur And China, Japan, Us And Eu In 2010 Simulation I: Liberalization of CSG Trade with MERCOSUR countries in 2010
    2. Smart Analysis For Trade In Specialized Products Of Ecuador
  3. Export Potential and Basis of Trade of Climate Smart Goods and Specialized Products of Ecuador Using Gravity Analysis
    1. Gravity Analysis
    2. Gravity Analysis: Potential of Trade (Export) for Ecuador in CSG Products in2010
    3. Gravity Analysis: Export Potential in CSG for Other Countries targeting Ecuador
    4. International and National Policies to Promote Trade of CSG
    5. Environmental Sustainability in Ecuador
    6. Gravity Analysis For Trade Of 20 Specialized Products Of Ecuador
    7. Export Potential of Ecuador to Some Selected Countries: Gravity Analysis
    8. Other Benefits of being Part of an Economic Agreement
  4. Abbreviations and Acronyms
  5. References
  6. Appendix
  7. About the Author

About the Author

Somesh K. Mathur, PhD has nearly eleven years of teaching and research experience at the Department of Economics, Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University), Delhi prior to his joining the IIT Kanpur ( in 2008. While teaching at the Jamia he completed his M. Phil and PhD degrees in economics from the Centre for International Trade and Development, JNU(Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi). He joined as Fellow at the RIS, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India in April, 2006 on deputation from the Department of Economics, JMI for two years. In 2008, he has joined on permanent basis IIT Kanpur as Assistant Professor of Economics in the Humanities and Social Sciences (H&SS) department of the IIT Kanpur. At present he has been elevated to position of Associate Professor of Economics, HSS, IIT K.

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