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Carlos Antônio Moreira Leite ;AD-minister 2013, 22

Autor: Orlando Monteiro da Silva



AD-minister ISSN: 1692-0279 Universidad EAFIT Colombia Monteiro da Silva, Orlando; Moreira Leite, Carlos Antônio Income Content of the World Coffee Exports AD-minister, núm.
22, enero-junio, 2013, pp.
69-82 Universidad EAFIT Medellín, Colombia Available in: How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Income Content of the World Coffee Exports Contenido de la Renta de las exportaciones mundiales de café Orlando Monteiro da Silva 1 Carlos A ntônio Moreira L eite2 Received: 28-01-2013 Acepted: 14-03-2013 Abstract Coffee is the most widely commercialized tropical product on the international market. The 2009-10 crop had an estimated value of $15.4 billion, with 93.4 million bags exported. According to the International Coffee Organization (ICO, 2011), the coffee sector employed around 26 million people in 56 producing countries and over 100 exporting countries. But how could coffee products beranked, in terms of income content, in relation to other commercialized products, and how have they evolved? To answer this question, we calculated the annual income content of 5,111 products exported by 167 countries from the period between 2000 and 2009, was calculated.
We have used data from the COMTRADE (2011), and “sophistication” indicators proposed by Hausmann and Rodrik (2003) who classify different products according to their productivity, were used.
An emphasis was put on five coffee products (whole grain, roasted, decaffeinated, caffeinated, and soluble), showing the evolution of the number of exporting countries and of the “sophistication” index (income content), whose temporal variation was decomposed by the effects of competitiveness and...

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