Identifying potential trade barriers by using a sequential approachIdentifying potential trade barriers by using a sequential approach
Faculty of Applied Economics
Hummelstown, Pa :IMDA, 2011[*]2011
Challenges and opprotunities of global business in the new millennium: contemporary issues and future trends : proceedings of the 20th Annual World Business Congress of the International Management Development Association, July 3-7, 2011, Poznan, Poland / Kaynak, E. [edit.]; et al. [edit.]
University of Antwerp
This study proposes a systematic process in identifying potential trade barriers for policy makers. The sequential filtering model extends the Decision Support Model (DSM) for this purpose. The DSM has been used to identify export opportunities. The model starts by eliminating uninteresting countries based on general macro-indicators, retaining those countries with adequate import size and growth, deleting countries with high trade restrictions and other barriers, and comparing realistic export opportunities and the country's actual export trade performance. Thailand's export opportunities in other ASEAN countries are employed as an example in utilizing this model.