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Shatha Abdul Hussein Jebur(Middle Technical University) Haidar Hamza Jody Al-Duleimy(Al-Mustansiriyah University)

DOI : 10.7232/iems.2020.19.4.877

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This paper investigates the swapping scale depreciation impact on the amount and intensive margin trading (trades value), in addition the exporting of new items and products into new export markets (extensive margin trading). We use data for monthly sector-level and firm-level for the period 2006-2017. This investigation is done to Iraq, which has all the earmarks of being an intriguing case to be analyzed, considering a few changes that have happened in its conversion scale system. The swapping scale is measured by swapping scale misalignment and the real effective swapping scale. The consequences of the exchanging edge show that a lessening in the genuine swapping scale raises the fares an incentive without influencing the amount of fares. Also, emphasizing the observed fact, that the value effect is more important as compared to the quantity effect: devaluation decreases the foreign currency price of trades, but does not raise the number of exports. At the sectorial level, the escalated edge exchanging appears to issue for barely any things and items more than others. Indeed, the most beneficial items and products are those for Iraq, which has a comparative benefit and that are sensitive to real exchange rate (RER) devaluations, such as vegetables and fruits, fibers, apparel and clothing, mineral, oils, and fuels products.

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ABSTRACT
1. INTRODUCTION
2. LITERATURE REVIEW
3. METHOD OF THE RESEARCH
4. EMPIRICAL RESULTS
5. DISCUSSION
6. CONCLUSION
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