Studia Administracyjne

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ISSN: 2080-5209     eISSN: 2353-284X    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/sa.2018.10-02
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Issue archive / nr 10 2018
Ruch cen w handlu międzynarodowym w XXI wieku a sytuacja ekonomiczna wybranych krajów i regionów rozwijających się
(Price movement in international trade of the 21st century and the economic situation in selected developing regions and countries)

Authors: Jerzy Dudziński
Wydział Nauk Ekonomicznych i Zarządzania Uniwersytet Szczeciński

Jarosław Narękiewicz
Wydział Nauk Ekonomicznych i Zarządzania Uniwersytet Szczeciński
Keywords: world prices developing countries international trade export structure
Year of publication:2018
Page range:13 (21-33)
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Abstract

Developing countries are more dependent on exports than developed economies. They also react more strongly to price fluctuations of primary goods. The negative effects of this dependence are particularly visible during periods of significant price decrease. In the first decade of the 21st century higher dynamics of raw materials and food prices was observed, which resulted in the improvement of their terms of trade. Since 2012, the situation has been clearly reversed. This contributed to the deterioration of the economic situation of the countries and regions dependent on exports of primary goods.
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