Textile and Apparel Industries

Explore the Export Behavior of Textiles and Apparel “Made in the USA”: A Firm-Level Analysis

Authors
  • Kendall Keough (University of Delaware)
  • Sheng Lu (University of Delaware)

Abstract

This study intends to explore the export behavior of textiles and apparel “Made in the USA” based on an analysis of micro firm-level data. The results indicate that export has become a critical growth engine supporting the development and expansion of T&A “Made in the USA” in today’s global economy. The results also confirm the unique significance of Western Hemisphere to the economic prosperity of U.S. T&A firms and their export performance.

Keywords: Export, Western Hemisphere, Made in the USA

How to Cite:

Keough, K. & Lu, S., (2019) “Explore the Export Behavior of Textiles and Apparel “Made in the USA”: A Firm-Level Analysis”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 76(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.8258

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Published on
15 Dec 2019