Category: International Economics
US-China tariff fight
A full-blown trade war might be a rational, albeit suboptimal, strategy for both parties.
The US-EU-China trade war
“To try to ascertain the Trump position on trade at any point in time is like trying to ascertain the position of a sub-atomic particle: it is better viewed as having a probabilistic distribution” – Jeffrey Frankel
A strong dollar
The recent sharp and sudden dollar appreciation might not be consistent with a longer-term rebalancing of the global economy.
On global value chains
Global value chains and their impact on inflation, productivity and trade agreements.
The new Fama puzzle
Is the Fama puzzle a general phenomenon or one that is regime-dependent?
Changing patterns of capital flows
Three recent working papers are shedding light on the way cross-border flows have changed since the financial crisis.
From hyperglobalization to protectionism
The changing landscape of global trade.
“The impossible trinity”
Recent research on the international monetary trilemma and financial stability.