The Japan-China economic relationship: distance, institutions and politics
This study of the trade and investment relationship between Japan and China asks what drives it and whether the vagaries of their political relationship have affected these elements of their economic relationship. Tools are developed to account for the determinants of trade and investment flows and to measure resistances to trade and investment. This allows benchmarking and cross country comparisons of trade and investment performance. A world trade frontier and an FDI frontier are...[Show more]
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