Lobbying incentives and the pattern of protection in rich and poor countries
During the past decade or so, an increasing number of economists have directed their attention to explaining why countries adopt protectionist trade policies rather than the economic welfare-maximizing regime of free trade. There is also a growing body of literature by empirical analysts that seeks to explain the interindustry pattern of protection within countries. However, less attention has been given to explaining the intersectoral pattern of protection across countries. In...[Show more]
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