Esta aplicación le permitirá acceder a la Base Integrada de Datos (BID) y a la Base de Datos de Listas Arancelarias Refundidas (Base de Datos LAR) de la OMC, seleccionar mercados y productos, generar informes y descargar datos.
The Trade Profiles provide standard information on the structural trade situation and trade policy measures of members, observers and other selected economies. The profiles are complemented with general macroeconomic indicators.
Data are presented for each economy with disaggregations by sector and duty ranges.
Summary tables (available only for download) facilitate cross-country comparisons. The tariff statistics include calculated Ad-valorem equivalents for non-Ad-valorem duties.
The Services Profiles provide standard information on key "Infrastructure services" (transportation, telecommunications, finance and insurance). Around 100 indicators relating to investment, market performance, production, employment, trade, as well as performance rankings are available for over 90 economies. Coverage will be gradually extended as information becomes available.
This database contains information on the preferential trade arrangements (PTAs) that are being implemented by WTO Members. The database was established as an outcome of the decision establishing the Transparency Mechanism for PTAs. In the context of this decision, PTAs are understood to mean non-reciprocal preferential schemes. They are distinct from regional trade agreements (RTAs), which are covered by the Transparency Mechanism for RTAs. For further details on this database please consult the user guide and/or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
En el Anuario Estadístico de América Latina y el Caribe de la CEPAL se presenta un conjunto de estadísticas básicas que caracterizan la situación económica, sociodemográfica y ambiental de la región referidas a un período en particular. Esta información forma parte del conjunto de estadísticas disponibles en CEPALSTAT, el portal de bases de datos y publicaciones estadísticas de la CEPAL [en línea] http://estadisticas.cepal.org/cepalstat/.
The World Trade Statistical Review provides a detailed analysis of the latest developments in world trade. It will be produced on an annual basis and replaces International Trade Statistics, the WTO's former annual statistical publication.
Trade Profiles contain detailed information on merchandise trade flows, including top products traded by each economy, an expanded section on trade in commercial services, as well as statistics on intellectual property. The information, available for WTO Members, Observers, and other selected economies, is derived from multiple domains, such as customs statistics, national accounts, Balance of Payments statistics, Foreign AffiliaTes Statistics (FATS), and industrial property statistics. Data are sourced from WTO Secretariat and external sources and presented in standardized and visualized format for quick reference.
The World Tariff Profiles is a joint publication of the WTO, ITC and UNCTAD devoted to market access for goods. This statistical yearbook contains a comprehensive compilation of the main tariff parameters for each of the 164 WTO members plus other countries and customs territories where data is available. Each tariff profile presents information on tariffs imposed by each economy on its imports complemented with an analysis of the market access conditions it faces in its major export markets.
Statistics on trade in services made available by the WTO Secretariat, including trade-policy information, data on trade in services by sector and supplier, and other information related to measuring services trade.
COMERCIO E INTEGRACIÓN EN EL BID
El portal de datos abiertos del BID presenta indicadores socioeconómicos para la región de América Latina y el Caribe.
Sistema de Información sobre Integración y Comercio
Abstract: Does international migration contribute to cultural convergence or divergence between sending and receiving countries? We investigate this question both theoretically and empirically. We first develop a compositional model of international migration and cultural change, where divergence arises from self-selection on cultural traits and convergence arises from social mixing. The model is then adapted to allow for horizontal and vertical cultural transmission following Bisin & Verdier (2000). The model yields a rich set of predictions, which we test empirically using panel data from the World Value Survey and bilateral migration data for the period 1981-2014. We exploit within country-pair variation in cultural proximity over time and find support for the cultural transmission hypothesis. As the model with cultural transmission predicts, migration generates bilateral cultural convergence even if we exclude migrants from the pool of respondents in both countries (hence eliminating social mixing). It is also more likely in the long-run, especially after controlling for economic incentives to migrate and for initial cultural distance, which is consistent with the cultural transmission hypothesis (but not with compositional changes). Interestingly, international migration appears as a stronger and more robust driver of cultural convergence than trade. The results hold for a large set of time-varying cultural distance measures along different statistical and topical dimensions.
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