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Keywords:Trade barriers 

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Emerging Markets and the New Geography of Trade: The Effects of Rising Trade Barriers

Protectionist sentiments have been rising globally in recent years. The consequences of a surge in protectionist measures present policy challenges for emerging markets (EMs), which have become increasingly exposed to global trade. This paper serves two main purposes. First, we collect several stylized facts that characterize EMs' role in the new geography of trade. We focus on differences between advanced economies (AEs) and EMs in trade linkages, production structures, and factor supplies. Second, we build a dynamic, general equilibrium, quantitative trade model featuring multiple ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 1278

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Vertical specialization, intermediate tariffs, and the pattern of trade: assessing the role of tariff liberalization to U.S. bilateral trade 1989-2001

How important are intermediate tariffs in determining trade patterns? Empirical work measuring the impact of tariff liberalization most commonly focuses on the effects of barriers imposed by importers, but exporter trade policy should also matter when exports are produced with imported intermediates. Guided by extensions of the Eaton and Kortum (2002) model, I study the impact of trade liberalizations on U.S. bilateral trade from 1989-2001. I estimate the impact on U.S. bilateral trade flows of both intermediate tariffs imposed by countries exporting to the United States and U.S. tariffs. My ...
Globalization Institute Working Papers , Paper 71

Journal Article
Economic on El Paso del Norte (Part 1)

Business Frontier

The Interaction and Sequencing of Policy Reforms

In what order should a developing country adopt policy reforms? Do some policies complement each other? Do others substitute for each other? To address these questions, we develop a two-country dynamic general equilibrium model with entry and exit of firms that are monopolistic competitors. Distortions in the model include barriers to entry of firms, barriers to international trade, and barriers to contract enforcement. We find that a reform that reduces one of these distortions has different effects depending on the other distortions present. In particular, reforms to trade barriers and ...
Staff Report , Paper 521

Journal Article
Will taxing imports help?

An examination of the possible impact on U.S. consumers and producers of placing an across-the-board tariff surcharge on imported goods.
Economic Commentary , Issue Mar

Journal Article
The beet generation

The upper Midwest is the nation's biggest sugar-producing region, but farmers are worried trade pacts could dissolve it all
Fedgazette , Volume 17 , Issue May , Pages 14-17

Racing to the top: how global competition disciplines public policy

Annual Report

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The costs of a protectionist cure

A discussion of the price and quantity effects on the U.S. consumer of the Japanese auto industry's voluntary export restraint program.
Economic Commentary , Issue Jul

Journal Article
Anti-dumping: the free-trade antacid

The Region , Volume 15 , Issue Dec , Pages 22-27, 44-46

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The steel trigger price mechanism

An examination of the 1978 steel trigger price mechanism, with a description of its operation and economic impact, and a discussion of events that led to its suspension in 1982.
Economic Commentary , Issue May


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