Simple Imports in UK Law

  • UNDERINVOICING OF IMPORTS IN PAKISTAN
    • Nbr. 36-4, November 1974
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    ......import values over f.o.b. export values. Then the simple use of this technique will not test our underinvoicing hypothesis. . UNDERINVOICING OF IMPORTS IN PAKISTAN 289 TABLE I Ratio of Partner ......
  • Subject Index
    • Nbr. 12-4, November 2008
    • International Journal of Evidence & Proof, The
    ....... . . . 56 Shepherd vR (1990) 170CLR 573 . . . . . . . . . . . 287 Simple Imports Limited v Revenue Commis - sioners [2000]2 IR 243 . . . . . . . . ......
  • IDENTIFICATION OF ACTIVITY EFFECTS, TRENDS AND CYCLES IN IMPORT DEMAND
    • Nbr. 41-1, February 1979
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    ...... illustrates the problem by an algebraic example showing, for a simple linear import function, how activity effects, time trends and cyclical ... linear model: m=a0+a1y+u2c+cz3t (1) where in is the total imports of a commodity y is real income c is the capacity variable t is a time ......
  • THE SPECIFICATION OF THE FOREIGN TRADE MULTIPLIER FOR A DEVELOPING COUNTRY*
    • Nbr. 43-3, August 1981
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    ...... with one aspect of the relation between economic structure and imports, namely how the foreign trade multiplier is estimated. lt examines ...It is in fact a simple multiplier (ignoring foreign repercussions) which im- plicitly assumes ......
  • Foreign Exchange Costs of the Indian Military 1950 - 1972
    • Nbr. 19-3, September 1982
    • Journal of Peace Research
    From the day of Independence onwards, India has tried to find shifting compromises between three (partially) conflicting policy goals: (1) reducing foreign political dependence through non-alignmen...
    ......Three components are distringuished: direct military imports (ready made military hardware); imports for defense industries; ...The nature of the research underlying this article is simple: it represents a concen- trated effort to collect and combine ......
  • The sustainability of trade accounts of the ASEAN-5 countries
    • Nbr. 7-1, January 2014
    • Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies
    • 51-65
    Purpose: – The present study aims to analyse the sustainability of the trade deficits in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)-5 countries using panel framework during the period from ...
    ...... ASEAN-5 countries had been effective in leading exports and imports to long-run steady-stateequilibrium relationship. To the authors’ best ... balance.Following Hakkio and Rush (1991), Husted (1992) provides a simple framework thatimplies a long-run relationship between exports and imports. ......
  • Pro‐competitive Effect of Trade and Non‐decreasing Price‐Cost Margins*
    • Nbr. 72-3, June 2010
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    This study surveys the empirical evidence on the pro‐competitive effect of international trade and analyses the determinants of price‐cost margins for OECD countries between 1970 and 2003. The main...
    ...... objective was to focus on the quanti- fi cation of the impact of imports on margins, and understand why, despite trade liberalization, price-cost ... in price-cost margin using a static speci fi cation; based on a simple dynamic speci fi cation, the short-term sensitivity is about − 0.25 ......
  • Reconfiguring the Pre-Trial and Trial Processes in Ireland in the Fight against Organised Crime
    • Nbr. 12-3, July 2008
    • International Journal of Evidence & Proof, The
    This article describes and analyses the changes which have occurred to pre-trial detention and interrogation and to the trial process in Ireland as a result of the apparent threat posed by organise...
    ......9 Simple Imports Limited v Revenue Commissioners [2000] 2 IR 243 at 250, per ......
  • Crime control, the security state and constitutional justice in Ireland
    • Nbr. 20-4, October 2016
    • International Journal of Evidence & Proof, The
    It is clear that Ireland has witnessed evidence of a ‘tooling up’ of the state in the fight against crime over the last two decades. Crime control analyses—often relying upon the use of stark juxta...
    ......29 provision as it then existed (see Kenny, 2014). 16. See Simple Imports Ltd v Revenue Commissioners [2000] 2 IR 243; Byrne v Grey ......
  • The Demand for Arms Imports
    • Nbr. 42-2, March 2005
    • Journal of Peace Research
    This article presents estimates of demand functions for arms imports for a panel of 52 countries, 1981–99, where there are non-zero observations for both the main me...
    ......Rather, we use a panel of 52 countries, 1981–99, to address what may appear to be three relatively simple empirical questions. What is the elasticity of arms imports with respect to (1) military expenditure, a proxy for the threat; (2) per capita income, ......
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