Analyzing the Determinants of Export Trade in Cameroon (1970 – 2008)
This research analyses empirically the determinants of export trade in Cameroon from 1970 to 2008. We use the two Stage
Least Square to show that exchange rate, trade openness and export lag one period are the main determinants of export in
Cameroon. This result, although common in most Developing Countries are in contradiction with former studies, mostly
because the foreign direct Investment was found to be not significant in determining the export in this Country.
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