Market Integration and Border Effects in Eastern Africa

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Bruno Versailles;

This paper studies border effects in Eastern Africa by exploiting a consumer price data set covering 4 out of 5 EAC member states, 39 cities and 24 goods over the period 2004-2008. The Law-of-One-Price (LOP) is tested by running level regressions on relative prices with... View more
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