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  • Chinese Steel Exports to the United States Dropped Dramatically in 2016

    26 giugno 2017, di Zhiyao (Lucy) Lu
    On April 20, 2017, the Trump administration self-initiated an investigation on whether steel imports “threaten to impair" national security, using section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. President Trump claimed that “both the United States and global markets for steel products are (...)
  • Prime Minister May’s Offer on EU Citizens’ Rights

    26 giugno 2017, di Jacob Funk Kirkegaard
  • More on Warmbier

    26 giugno 2017, di Stephan Haggard
    The Warmbier case has resonated far more than anticipated, sparking the appropriate mix of outrage, more subdued reflection, and thoughts about what to do. Today, I simply collate some developments following his tragic death and the reaction. First, Fred Warmbier’s extraordinarily poised (...)
  • Slave to the Blog: North Korea and the Borderlands

    23 giugno 2017, di Kent Boydston
    Figuring out what North Korea and others are up to in the borderlands with China is a perennial NK Witness challenge. But it’s also where all the action is and where I turn to today. Quite fortunately, we’re not the only ones looking at the area. 38 North, which has a sleek new website , and (...)
  • Reflection Paper on the Deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union

    22 giugno 2017, di C. Fred Bergsten, David O'Sullivan, José Leandro, Gabriele Giudice, Stan Veuger, Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, Jérémie Cohen-Setton, Anna Gelpern
    The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE), along with the European Commission, hosted the North American launch of the European Commission's new "Reflection Paper on the Deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union" on June 22, 2017. The reflection paper sets out (...)
  • The Challenges of Engagement

    22 giugno 2017, di Stephan Haggard
    There is a great scene in Tom Sawyer (Chapter Two) where Tom effectively says to Jim: “If you give me your apple, I’ll let you whitewash my fence.” That pretty much sums up the extraordinary game unfolding on the Korean peninsula, as Pyongyang (Tom) is doing everything in its power not only to (...)
  • China Is Not the Most Highly Protectionist Big Country

    21 giugno 2017, di Zixuan Huang, Nicholas R. Lardy, Melina Kolb
    Trade protection in China is modest compared to other large economies, contrary to an assertion by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in the Wall Street Journal that labeled China as " the most highly protectionist of the big countries ." Tariffs were high three decades ago, but the (...)
  • China Does Not Have the Highest Tariffs Among the Big Countries

    21 giugno 2017, di Zixuan Huang, Nicholas R. Lardy, Melina Kolb
    Tariff barriers in China are modest compared to other large economies, contrary to an assertion by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in the Wall Street Journal that labeled China as " the most highly protectionist of the big countries ." Tariffs were high three decades ago, but the (...)
  • The Case for an American Productivity Revival

    21 giugno 2017, di Lee G. Branstetter, Daniel Sichel
    Labor productivity in the United States has been dismal for more than a decade. But productivity slowdowns are nothing new in the United States, and, like all its predecessors, the current slowdown will also come to an end as a new productivity revival takes hold. Four developments have (...)
  • Marc Noland on Why Sanctions and Inducements on North Korea Don’t Work

    21 giugno 2017, di Marcus Noland
    Marc Noland discusses why North Korea is so insensitive to sanctions in a talk last week on Haggard and Noland's newest book, Hard Target: Sanctions, Inducements and the Case of North Korea . See also full video of the talk, and a related blog post (...)

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