Trump Is Terrible on Trade. Top 2020 Dems Are No Better.

To Beat the Trade War, Companies Get Creative Breaking the Rules @WSJ

Trade wars, explained

Good to see strategic trade theory has been driven from the temple

What Donald Trump doesn’t understand about trade

Some may not know what a VHS is

Why, After 200 Years, Can’t Economists Sell Free Trade?

Video

What undergrads and @stevenljoyce need to know about trade @GreenCatherine

Minister for everything Stephen Joyce wrote some nonsense in the paper today about how trade agreements and more exports will mean more jobs:

I would like to make the point that trade access is hugely important for a small country like New Zealand. 

Without fair and equal trade access we can’t sell as much of our goods and we get less for them. And that means fewer jobs.

This make-work bias is as bad as those who oppose trade agreements on the grounds of an anti-foreign bias. Trade affects the composition of employment, not the number of jobs. Paul Krugman spent a good part of the 1990s trying to explain that to the general public and public intellectuals.

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Source: What Do Undergrads Need To Know About Trade?.

John Stuart Mill on who loses from trade barriers

Why do @NZGreens want NZ to lead the world by example on a carbon tax, but not unilateral free trade?

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