Tariff Reform and Product Market Integration in Developing Countries: The Case of Zambia

Abstract

This project investigates the extent and determinants of intranational product market integration using a price approach in the context of Zambia, a low-income and landlocked country in Sub-Saharan Africa. Our results show substantial within-country market segmentation, which is affected by both internal and external factors such as transportation costs, product specific characteristics, location and tariff reforms.

Citation

Mudenda, D. Tariff Reform and Product Market Integration in Developing Countries: The Case of Zambia. CEPR, London, UK (2015) 3 pp.

Tariff Reform and Product Market Integration in Developing Countries: The Case of Zambia

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