/Rotate 0 Businesses that are, closer together in a cluster would exhibit a higher score than if these were further, apart. >> By lengthening, widening and deepening the locks, the Canal will accommodate much larger ships. Thus, if the cluster is spread out over long distances, then. with other assumptions. These models also include estimates of different elasticities, of substitution, including Armington trade elasticities, and elasticities of substitution. �+Sl�V����˗���Gޗ"���%{O���ȇ�,Ej籬s�/�rF �}S��t���6�Z����;[�� The results are then, calibrated with variables produced by the 2006 IO model. The, canal has the most important linkage with the ports, with the interaction with the, ports accounting for 36% of the total estimate of canal contribution to cluster, economies and network effects. Both effects are imbedded in a cluster. CGE construction phase results for 2010 and original results. >> Experience shows that Panama’s, greatest competitive edge is in the Cluster’s export service activities. be sufficient to satisfy producer demand: array of assumptions about some pivotal aspects of the Panamanian economy. /F7 102 0 R >> Total production for each of the sectors in 2005 was estimated, using this information. << Most of these returns were due to the transportation of petroleum from California to the East Coast. One formulation. This is due primarily because the canal drives the Panamanian, service exports and it generates other revenues for the local economy that furthers, employment in other areas in the logistics sector. /F6 35 0 R /BM /Normal The analysis is further developed through the use of a computational, general equilibrium model that allows the exploration of the interactions of, different variables using a second set of data for 2008. In addition, legislation and institutional partnerships, along with Government support, need to take place improve the performance of the cluster. /Type /Page /Type /Page income for the country since 1948, the zone helped strengthen the banking sector, which has taken advantage of the opportunities of financing international trade from, The Panama Canal has been a primary driver for the Panamanian economy, directly and indirectly. /F5 87 0 R >> Granted, this is good news for shippers in the Southeast, since more freight is being delivered to population centers in the East. >> << /Parent 5 0 R /Type /Page /XObject << >> Other, less-pessimistic, economists believe that there is sufficient slack in, Panama’s economy that wages will not increase that much. >> The analysis is performed through an Input–Output (IO) model. is the number of businesses in the cluster. /Xi3 97 0 R Economic Costs for the Compliance of Non-Annex I Countries for CO2 Reduction from International Ship... Dampak Spillover Pusat Pertumbuhan di Kalimantan. /Resources << << endobj To this end, we extend the new economic geography models of industrial location and agglomeration with factor mobility. It does not address some fundamental concerns of major developing countries, however. /Contents [69 0 R 70 0 R 71 0 R 72 0 R 73 0 R 74 0 R 75 0 R 76 0 R 77 0 R 78 0 R] /Rotate 0 Furthermore, the terms cluster and network are often not clearly distinguished. >> The current proposal to rebate money to developing countries has merit, especially for small countries. /Resources << /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] . After the. /F36 57 0 R The accuracy of any, instructions, formulae, and drug doses should be independently verified with primary. Besides generating. /F4 86 0 R This model is easily implementable using. /Producer (iText 2.1.5 \(by lowagie.com\)) “Easing Impact of Drought On The Panama Canal – UNISDR”. This event coincided with the 100th anniversary of the canal. For instance, many East Coast ports have … endobj /XObject << /Xi16 152 0 R endobj /Contents [52 0 R 53 0 R 54 0 R] With its recent expansion, the Canal can now handle 14,000 ships per annum. >> The results, show that the CFTZ is the most important component, accounting for 28% of the, total estimate of cluster economies and network effects. This set of assumptions capture the fact that investment increases when return on, capital rises. In, addition, the results of the research can be very useful for developing countries, interested in estimating the impact of their ports and maritime industry on growth, Two main studies were done to evaluate the impact of the canal on the Panamanian, economy using two different models: an IO model plus small open economy model, [18] and a CGE model [19]. These marginal effects within a component provide important information about the, strength and importance of relationships among individual activities. More importantly the expansion allows Post Panamex … Thus, the expansion of the canal to include a third set of locks should have ramifications, throughout the cluster. /XObject << A framework for estimating economies of agglomeration and supply chain network effects in maritime clusters, PAGANO, A. M., SA NCHEZ, O., UNGO, R. and AGUILAR, A., 2010, A framework for estimating economies of agglomeration and supply chain network effects in maritime clusters. The impact of the Panama Canal expansion on Panama's maritime cluster Anthony Pagano, Grace Wang, Onésimo Sánchez, Ricardo Ungo and Eddie Tapiero Year of publication: According to the study, the canal expansion will, allow Panama to attain a GDP of $31 700 million by 2025 in 2005 dollars. /X13 32 0 R For the 2017 fiscal year the contribution of the channel is expected to be $ 1.6 billion. This strategic. After the new set of locks is opened in 2014, significantly larger ships can traverse the canal. %PDF-1.4 /Contents [141 0 R 142 0 R 143 0 R] Transportation Study on the Grain Market Segment and, , Volume I, Draft Final Report (Arlington, VA: Nathan Associates, Panama Bunker Market Study, Panama City, Panama, Transportation Study on the Liquid Bulk Market Segment, . >> /BleedBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] This, represents almost 2.5 times the GDP of the country in 2005, and equals an average. The Panama Canal is essential to the Panama as well as United States economies. Researchers from different areas (business management, economics social and geographical science) are trying to explain both phenomena. Ng, Koi Yu Adolf et al. /SMask 164 0 R >> /Font << are the (total) sales or employment of the two businesses, the interactivity potential between businesses. In principal, the recent economic crisis is reported to have significantly affected logistics service providers, thus further imposing structural reforms in the industry. >> This paper investigates the economic costs of CO2 reduction with and without considering the CBDR under different regulatory scenarios, evaluates the cost impact on trade cost, Spillover effect towards the performance of the observed growth centers in Indonesia has not been up to statistical testing. /ExtGState << The research results can serve as a theoretical basis for formulation of Zhuhai’s green port policies and the establishment of an effective methodology system. /CropBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] /ExtGState << endobj One key driver of the Panamanian economy is the free trade zone, located in the, Atlantic side of the country. Quantifying this impact will help to improve the country’s budgetary, projections and to create better development paths by understanding some of the, issues and competitive advantages derived from the operation of the canal. Government of Panama (about $817 million in 2010) [27]. In the first decade of its op-eration, the Canal produced significant social returns for the United States. ACP and NATHAN ASSOCIATES, 2011, Re-estimation of Economic Impacts of Canal Related Approximately, 9800 Panamanians work at, the canal and, each year, the ACP makes an annual direct contribution to the. /StructParents 0 The amount of exports that a required through the panama canal creates a surplus of jobs for United States citizens due to the fact that the products in these exports are made by United States workers. In addition, the increased income by households and construction. /F5 87 0 R Since 2003, the, free trade zone had a sustained increase in volumes and revenues. With the completion of the locks currently being constructed this importance will increase significantly more as the locks are designed to serve the Post-Panama Class vessels. Moreover, there would be an increase in, the country’s exports: ACP revenues and Panama Canal contributions to the, Panamanian Government would rapidly increase; and the contribution to, the economy from the cluster of economic activities’ exports would grow more, Table 5 compares the results of the 2006 study with the CGE method for 2015 and, To simplify the analysis, 12 sectors were chosen for detailed analysis. Its surrounding rainforest preserves are a huge part of that — their runoff allows millions of gallons of fresh water to be flushed in each time a ship passes through. (Didn’t everyone know this going in?) Impact on the Panamanian Economy Since its ownership transfer from the USA to Panama on December 31, 1999, the Canal has generated tremendous benefits and increasing income to the country. Positive Impacts of Panama Canal Expansion Already there are several benefits that Panama is reaping from initiating the canal expansion project. /F4 86 0 R /F1 83 0 R endobj /MediaBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] /Xi12 135 0 R endobj More recent studies of different market segments include Louis Berger Group, Inc, [11, 12], Boske and Cuttino [13], Nathan Associates, Inc [14, 15] and Fearnley, The implications of this study are significant for the canal, the government and, the entire country. After the new set of locks is opened in 2014, significantly larger ships can traverse the canal. /F4 86 0 R Applying the methodological framework in a wider sample of clusters will significantly improve the present work. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] In addition, there are contributions generated by ‘indirect’ activities, that is, those not intrinsic to canal operation but closely linked to the canal, such as shipping. The economic currents of the Panama Canal expansion are swirling around Florida from its seaports to much of its infrastructure. /Type /Page They will need deeper channels and advanced container-handling equipment to be able to minimize the time ships spend at port. Volume I, Volume XIV, Volume XVIII and Volume XIX. The expansion is expected to have a significant economic impact for U.S. ports and the states in which they reside. >> /F5 87 0 R The canal expansion’s impact on employment will first be observed in the jobs, directly generated by the economic boom that will be experienced during the years of, construction of the third set of locks. Activities, Programa De Dimensio´n del Impacto del Canal de Panama´Sobre la Economıá the geographical distribution of cluster elements is shown in the Figure 1. reflect a preliminary snapshot, and not the final picture. cluster initiative is required. Downloaded by [Anthony M. Pagano] at 14:45 11 December 2012, Impact of the Panama Canal expansion on the, de Mercado, Edificio de la Administracion, Balboa, Panama, The Panama Canal is currently in the process of a major expansion effort. >> /ExtGState << The economy of scale just didn’t exist on this level. To the extent that prices remain constant, this is acceptable, as, substitution among factors is expected to be induced by relative price movements, In the open model, we need to consider that the transaction matrix is composed of, three sub-matrices: inter-sector transactions matrix, also called the intermediate, The bold initials indicate that they refer to matrices that use the notation commonly, used in matrix algebra. This research provides a systematic analysis of the potential impact of the Nicaragua Canal on international shipping, as well as the various challenges the project faces. Analisis de Mercado, Edificio de la Administracion, Balboa. As a result of the analysis of the agglomeration effects on the Panamanian, logistics cluster using a gravity model approach, we found that this approach, describes in a reasonable way the main relationships within the cluster. There are more vessels that are using the Panama Canal trade route as compared to the initial stages. /Resources << 7 0 obj Inside the zone, special business districts engage in the exhibition and retail business (Hojman, 1994;Reyes, 2011). This means that increased demand for output and labour will result in, upward pressure on wages. /ExtGState << /Font << Trabajo (New York: United Nations, Economic and Social Council). /ca 1 workers leads to higher demand for Panamanian goods and services. /Font << The ‘external sourced’ employment change represents, the estimate of foreign-sourced workers in the last two scenarios, where EXT purchases are assumed to be, possible. After the new set of locks is opened in 2014, significantly larger ships can traverse the canal. First, public policies that. In addition, growth in investments, in the. Early investigation of existence of spatial lag dependent between growth centers in Kalimantan and its surrounding areas was tested using Lagrange Multiplier Spatial Lag Dependent. /rgid (PB:263249988_AS:196400810860544@1423837010076) This makes a great, deal of sense since the businesses in the CFTZ utilize both banking and insurance. /LW 1 The Panama Canal was recently widened and reopened for business in 2016. The cluster concept has steadily increased its importance during the past years – both from practitioners' and researchers' point of view. We then present parameter estimation and calibration procedures and an approach for obtaining the stable, The differences between the Common but Differentiated Responsibility (CBDR) principle and the Equal Treatment for All Ships principle create a stalemate for future policy progress in vessel-based CO2 emissions reduction negotiations. For the second study, a CGE model is being, utilized to obtain a re-estimation of the impact under an on-going study of, The canal operation generates revenues which are then paid as salaries to, Panamanian workers, payments to the National Government, and purchases made. The Panama Canal’s main competitors for shipments from Asia to the U.S. East Coast are the U.S. Intermodal System and the Suez Canal. /F5 87 0 R /MediaBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] This will allow ships that are wider and deeper to travel through the lanes and locks. The Arctic route has huge potential for shipping between Europe and Northeast Asia with significant savings in transit time and distance. The impact of the Panama Canal’s expansion is certainly being felt. /XObject << The expansion increases capacity to 1.7 billion cubic metres. cluster. /CropBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] /Rotate 0 . Just as any business needs to estimate its return, on investment to align its budget, Panama needs to understand the economic, impact of the canal expansion. By Kathleen Caulderwood @kcaulderwood AND Marcus Baram @mbaram 08/15/14 AT … /XObject << Table 3 shows the output and GDP multipliers estimated by two different, methodologies in the original 2006 study [18]. /CropBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] /Contents [94 0 R 95 0 R 96 0 R] More than a century ago, the opening of the Panama Canal revolutionized international trade by making it much quicker and easier to travel between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Since the announcement of the Panama Canal expansion in 2006, shock waves have been felt by businesses and ports around the world of the economic opportunities this portends for trade. >> The result is that non-maritime sectors become less, competitive in local and international markets, causing output to decline over, Flexible (FLX) scenario: A less-severe assumption is that Panamanians will, choose to supply more work to the market as wages rise. The larger these coefficients, the greater the network. Shifts in freight from the West Coast to the East are underway, decreasing the demand for West Coast intermodal, rail, and longhaul capacity. These are economies of, agglomeration, which result from cluster economies; economies of scope typically, provided by 3rd Party Logistics Providers; and economies of density, which result in. The ACP Economic Impact Study report provides a. variety of information that was used to estimate agglomeration and network effects. There is no doubt that the Panama Canal continues to contribute a great deal to Panama’s economic progress. The ports are the most important to, bunkering and shipping agencies, accounting for 81% of this sector’s total. Nevertheless, logistics executives are optimistic regarding the near future, provided that educated and informed strategic management decisions are made and inventive business practices are embraced. /Xi5 106 0 R Just as any business needs to estimate its return on investment to, align its budget, Panama needs to understand the economic impact of the canal, expansion. The opening of an additional set of larger Panama Canal locks in 2016, allowing container vessels of up to 14,000 TEU, intensified competition between the North American land bridge and the Panama Canal, particularly on the Asia-East Coast US route. Since much of logistics is movement of goods, having cluster participants in, close proximity would reduce costs as compared to clusters in which goods must be, shipped longer distances. But, this needs to be adjusted, by the IO coefficient to reflect the level of inter-connectedness between the two, businesses. relative to the case where the canal is not expanded are shown in Table 2. endobj /Type /Page Kalimantan specifically has been done in order to reveal whether its contribution as a National Energy Stocks as mentioned in MP3EI program does not caused backwash effect for the surrounding areas. /Type /Page “We are still nowadays, we are wondering, how these engineers, how they built it. Analysing the clustering level and potential of Istanbul, which is the major city of Turkey, in regard to economic and social aspects is a basic step for increasing global competitiveness in this sector. >> endobj >> markets and EXT, as defined in the EXT scenario, but also non-maritime KPX. /Parent 4 0 R © 2008-2021 ResearchGate GmbH. /G12 29 0 R The Panama Canal’s main competitors for shipments from Asia to the U.S. East Coast are the U.S. Intermodal System and the Suez Canal. He concludes that ‘(1) at the, initial stage of cluster formation, a strong government support for incubating each, industry is necessary; (2) business networking, especially long-term relationship, between firms and support from financial institution is essential; and (3) human. A gravity model formulation is then used to, *To whom correspondence should be addressed. /F27 59 0 R Navigation Economic Analysis December 2008 . Evidently, because of the Canal, shipping companies have saved costs since they do not have to navigate the southern tip of South America to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. /F4 33 0 R A qualitative. This, ratio was then used to estimate 2005 production. /Contents [157 0 R 158 0 R 159 0 R 160 0 R] /Parent 5 0 R /F3 85 0 R /F1 83 0 R /Type /Page for Panama Canal Company (Menlo Park, CA: Stanford Research Institute). /Font << This model combines a detailed 1-year dataset of producer, consumer, government and international trade activity with the concept of, microeconomic optimization. /Type /Page >> It proved that output growth, labor growth, and investment growth which happened in the growth centers in Kalimantan significantly had negative spillover effect (backwash effect) to their surrounding areas. The Panama Canal is currently in the process of a major expansion effort. With the expansion of the Canal now complete, it is estimated that the contribution to the state will triple in 10 years. BOSKE, L. B. and CUTTINO, J. C., 2001, The Impacts of US-Latin American Trade on the 6 0 obj �c(6�5)f;��j�mki�ұE}��M?Kx��[k��}f�J�'� ��1hV޳�.6��6���"�X�:���7Q��D��9��\���cDTik��3��-�#�Q��7�o�[�G�!�Ў[G�%�$py��J;��n�}��j�-�#�Q���~��!�U�Џ. For, example, the model can accommodate different perspectives with regard to labour, markets or capital (investment) markets. /X8 30 0 R All rights reserved. /F3 85 0 R >> /Resources << /Type /Page /F3 85 0 R This study aims to measure the clustering level of Istanbul’s maritime sector and also define the effect of clustering level on firm performance. two models provided an estimate and validation of the canal multiplier and its range. /Resources << >> /Contents 51 0 R /X10 31 0 R /TrimBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] Zhuhai Port, an important shipping and logistics platform in southern China, is confronted with key questions of how to effectively conduct environmental pollution control and green development performance evaluation, while its size and business performance continue the rapid growth. Furthermore, there are ‘canal induced’ activities, such as the Colon Free Trade Zone (CFTZ) and, ports that emerged because of the canal presence in Panama, but their growth is also, determined by Panamanian policies as well as by other international factors not, There are other parallel contributions that accrue to Panama as a by-product of, the canal operation such as the air hub, merchant marine and financial intermedi-, ation, among others. The economic history of the U.S. illustrates how the role of many cities has been changed by being seaports or located on navigable rivers or lakes. The vocal doubts raised by many experts regarding the canal’s feasibility have resulted in several recent postponements of construction. The observation of cluster management method has revealed that: (1) at the initial stage of cluster formation, a strong government support for incubating each industry is necessary; (2) business networking, especially long-term relationship between firms and support from financial institutions, is essential; and (3) human resource management based on the long-term co-working spirit is vital. >> Originality/value >> The logic is that the CFTZ and the ports have many inter-. This paper examines the economic. /Contents [108 0 R 109 0 R 110 0 R] This cost disadvantage will. >> 5.2 Potential Cost-Reduction Impacts of Panama Canal Expansion 102 5.3 Factors Affecting Potential Shifts in Cargo Flows 105 5.4 Regional Impacts from Canal Expansion 111 5.5 Impact of Panama Canal Expansion on U.S. Trade with South America 122 5.6 Potential Impacts on U.S. Exports 123 5.7 Summary of the Effects of Panama Canal Expansion 126 As the economy of Panama boomed, more traffic is seen in the Panama Canal. >> The canal also has important linkages to ship, chandlers, CFTZ and banking and insurance. /Parent 4 0 R >> /Parent 2 0 R >> CGE models have been in use for many years and follow standard and well-, accepted economic foundations for general equilibrium, namely the Arrow–Debreu, formulation that proves an equilibrium set of consumer and producer quantities with, respect to a given set of market prices. There are also operational limits to economies of scale as larger ships put additional pressures on port and inland infrastructure. << /F4 86 0 R cluster exports on the GDP is equal to those exports times an appropriate multiplier. The Panama Canal is completing its newest expansion, which promises further economic prosperity. This formulation also incorporates supply chain network effects, through the, use of the IO coefficients. Notes: All estimates are subject to change, as the model structure and data are updated. The result also suggests that for a given route, a progressive scheme in preferable than a fixed one and LNG would be an appealing fuel with lower unit cost. Previous studies, are conjectural and. There is no doubt that the Panama Canal continues to contribute a great deal to Panama’s economic progress. Potential Market Based Measures of GHG emission reduction (such as carbon tax) are under consideration but they may affect the economic viability of Northern Sea Route (NSR) for containerships. /F1 83 0 R >> This view accommodates. . endobj Developments In Trade And National And Global Economies. >> The analysis is performed through an Input-Output (IO) model. This study uses official market data from Colorado, both quantity and price. >> /CropBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] /Parent 5 0 R caused the currency to rise, making exports of all non-oil products less competitive. The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has undertaken an expansion plan which will construct Post-Panamax locks on the Pacific and Atlantic sides and deepen and widen the existing navigational channels. The model is developed through tables of transaction values that follow the lines of, an IO model describing an economy in terms of sectors, commodities and, factors of production. Analysis of Panama Canal Traffic and Revenue Potential, Prepared for Panama Canal Company. The canal accounts for only 12% of the total, behind, banking and insurance. It was just amazing how they thought of every single detail. Port development is an important driver for global economic growth, and also a main energy user and polluter in the world. /G3 27 0 R Panama and Colombia (Menlo Park, CA: Stanford Research Institute). 27 0 obj /Resources << /Type /Pages 13 0 obj /MediaBox [0 0 493.228 702.992] Impact of the Panama Canal expansion on the Panamanian economy 26. sectors, because it makes them less competitive with the rest of the world. /F1 83 0 R /ca 1 The proposed Panama Canal Watershed Expansion Plan (PCWE) intends to supplement water supply and further expand canal capacity. >> This section describes the. The Panama Canal is currently in the process of a major expansion effort. /F5 87 0 R >> /F36 57 0 R Employment. /Font << >> The total, production must equal total use and the factor payment-calculated GDP must, equal the final demand-calculated GDP. canal traffic. >> 22 0 obj Both direct and indirect effects of the canal on the economy are assessed. It is counter intuitive to think the new expanded Panama Canal would be a game changer for U.S. port operations on the East Coast of the U.S.A., but that is how it is being sold. the direct and indirect effects of changes in individual cluster components. << >> /XObject << >> /GS4 80 0 R /GS4 80 0 R Quantify economic activity and employment for cannabis and ancillary business. farmers) who lower the overall average for foreign-sourced workers to about three times. agencies, shipping lines, bunkering activities and ship chandelling. >> /F5 87 0 R Shipping, Ports and Airports, Chengdu, China, October. Legalization does increase output and employment - even beyond the transfer between the underground and official economy. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] training of the population and in the adoption of new technologies is essential. enables a comparison of what each model type will find after full capital adjustment. inform people and governments about the initiative so as to be able to take informed decisions. Design/methodology/approach Developments In Trade And National And Global Economies. Every part of the canal has its own story." The newest Panama Canal expansion is a generational investment—and, as a consequence, it will take a generation to see the full effects on markets across the globe. impact on trade cost, and discusses the real policy concerns of developing countries insisting that the CBDR be applied by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). >> This means that wage, pressure will be reduced somewhat. 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