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|[ Article ]|
|Seoul Journal of Economics - Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 265-281|
|ISSN: 1225-0279 (Print)|
|Print publication date 31 Aug 2020|
|Received 29 Feb 2020 Accepted 17 Mar 2020|
|The Causes of Trade Tensions and their Consequences for Financial Stability|
Andrew K. Rose
|Andrew K. Rose, Dean NUS-Business, on leave from Berkeley-Haas, ABFER senior fellow, CEPR research fellow and NBER research associate, Tel: +65 6516-3075 (email@example.com)|
JEL Classification: F15, G15
I have two objectives in this short paper. First, I explore some of the reasons why the world is currently experiencing so much tension associated with international trade. Second, I discuss some of the consequences of this trade tension for financial stability.
|Keywords: Data, Empirical, International, Protection, Soft power
This paper was first delivered as a keynote address to the G20 Conference on Global Financial Stability in Seoul in November 2019; all mistakes are mine alone.
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