One limitation of our study is that the framework is based exclusively on the content of four recently negotiated trade agreements. Other trade agreements that have been negotiated recently or are under negotiation may include amendments to the provisions described here or may contain new provisions that are not included in previous agreements. What we have presented is an overview of the potential avenues and implications for the development of the analytical framework, rather than a detailed assessment of the health impact of the likely effects of trade agreements in certain contexts. Keywords: trade agreements, international trade, complex networks, network networks, random migration The nodes that represent final demand play the role of wells in the network of trade flows of goods, resulting in rapid saturation in the TIout with the increase in the number of „Max“. On the other hand, these nodes become sources of cash flow for which TIin`s convergent behavior is not observed. This is what emerges from Figure 6, which shows the distributions of TIout and TIin for different max values. All pairs of countries that negotiated a BTA during the study period are considered. It turns out that TIin values do not converge for economically reasonable route lengths. In addition, in Chart 7, we find that the BTA effect indices of country inputs show a trend towards lower values, with a maximum increase. Figures 7A,B show input-BTA impact indices from all countries for max-1 (Max -10) values. For example, there is a trend towards lower values in Europe, Australia, Algeria and Central America.
This general trend is evident because of the increasing importance of loops within a country`s commercial network for higher values. The probabilities of these national loops decrease over time, as international trade increased over the period under review . Chart 8 shows an example of time series between Algeria and the European Union. As the maximum lane length increases, the BTA impact index decreases, as national loops have become less likely in recent years. Types of provisions contained in recent regional drug trade agreements and the status of the relevant provisions of the chapters, annexes and ancillary instruments. The Act contains a breakdown of the chapters, annexes and ancillary instruments contained in recent regional trade agreements, which contain provisions that could affect domestic drug and regulatory policies. 30. Fagiolo G, Reyes J, Schiavo S. World Trade Web: Topological properties, dynamics, and evolution. Phys Rev E.
(2009) 79:036115. doi: 10.1103/PhysRevE.79.036115 Finally, in my paper, I briefly touch on the issue of trade diversion – are export profits at the expense of countries that are not part of the trade agreement? For each country participating in a trade agreement, synthetic controls are applied to the couple representing the country`s trade with its main trading partners (separate senior exporter and importer) who are outside the trade agreement.