Recommendations for Further Reading

Recommendations for Further Reading Journal of Economic Perspectives—Volume 31, Number 3—Summer 2017—Pages 231–238 Timothy Taylor his section will list readings that may be especially useful to teachers of undergraduate economics, as well as other articles that are of broader T cultural interest. In general, with occasional exceptions, the articles chosen will be expository or integrative and not focus on original research. If you write or read an appropriate article, please send a copy of the article (and possibly a few sentences describing it) to Timothy Taylor, preferably by email at taylort@ macalester.edu, or c/o Journal of Economic Perspectives, Macalester College, 1600 Grand Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105. Potpourri The IMF, World Bank, and World Trade Organization have combined to write “Making Trade an Engine of Growth for All: The Case for Trade and for Policies to Facilitate Adjustment.” “According to simulation exercises, adjustment frictions in AEs [advanced economies] can lead to transition periods of up to 10 years and reduce the gains from trade by up to 30 percent … An unusual period of sharply increased import competition that began around 2000, along with other factors, appears to have negatively impacted regional labor markets in some AEs. Evidence on most episodes of trade http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Economic Perspectives American Economic Association

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American Economic Association
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0895-3309
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10.1257/jep.31.3.231
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Journal of Economic Perspectives—Volume 31, Number 3—Summer 2017—Pages 231–238 Timothy Taylor his section will list readings that may be especially useful to teachers of undergraduate economics, as well as other articles that are of broader T cultural interest. In general, with occasional exceptions, the articles chosen will be expository or integrative and not focus on original research. If you write or read an appropriate article, please send a copy of the article (and possibly a few sentences describing it) to Timothy Taylor, preferably by email at taylort@ macalester.edu, or c/o Journal of Economic Perspectives, Macalester College, 1600 Grand Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105. Potpourri The IMF, World Bank, and World Trade Organization have combined to write “Making Trade an Engine of Growth for All: The Case for Trade and for Policies to Facilitate Adjustment.” “According to simulation exercises, adjustment frictions in AEs [advanced economies] can lead to transition periods of up to 10 years and reduce the gains from trade by up to 30 percent … An unusual period of sharply increased import competition that began around 2000, along with other factors, appears to have negatively impacted regional labor markets in some AEs. Evidence on most episodes of trade

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