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This paper applies a difference‐in‐differences framework to explore the economic consequences of the recent U.S.–China trade war. The average abnormal returns of Chinese listed firms during a period centered on President Trump's announcement on 22 March 2018 are taken as a proxy for the firms'...
This study quantifies the effect of antidumping investigations on the likelihood of an exporter being excluded from the domestic market in Brazil, a large developing country and a heavy user of antidumping measures (AD). A survival analysis methodology is used to measure the probability of exit...
This study investigates the impact of the Internet on Chinese firms' export and import performance by using China's industrial enterprise and customs data and adopting a propensity score matching difference‐in‐differences method (PSM‐DID). The empirical results show that utilising the Internet...
World trade contracted dramatically during the global economic crisis induced by the COVID‐19 pandemic. Disruptions in international supply chains were widely reported as governments imposed containment measures (lockdowns) to halt the spread of the disease. At the same time, demand declined as...
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