Understanding the Firm-Level Export Diversification Characteristics in Botswana

Show simple item record Kebakile, Pinkie Gertrude 2023-03-28T13:13:32Z 2023-03-28T13:13:32Z 2023
dc.description Policy Brief en_US
dc.description.abstract EXECUTIVE SUMMARY prerequisite for sustained economic growth in the country. • The growth and diversification of Botswana’s export bundle is undermined by the exporters’ inability to break into new export markets. • The main policy message is therefore that to transition from the upper-middle income status to high-income status by 2036, the country needs to nurture and develop the multi-product multi-destination exporters. Targeted interventions aimed at developing these exporters are therefore called for. his Policy Brief unravels interesting insights pertaining to firm-level export diversification characteristics in Botswana, which is an approach that views export diversification at the micro-level. The following are the key highlights from the Policy Brief: • Exporters whose export portfolios are varied in terms of products and export markets, commonly referred to as multi-product multi-destination exporters in the literature fetch high export values, which is en_US
dc.description.sponsorship BIDPA en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries Policy Brief;18
dc.subject Botswana; Export Diversification; export portfolios; multi-product; multi-destination; exporters en_US
dc.title Understanding the Firm-Level Export Diversification Characteristics in Botswana en_US
dc.type Other en_US

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