What's the appropriate agricultural protection counterfactual for trade analysis?
Most traditional analyses of trade reform assume that protection rates will�in the absence of the reform being considered�remain at their initial level. This is appropriate in many cases, including when protection tends to be stable over time, and when the evolution of protection cannot realistically be predicted. But, in many cases, such as agricultural trade as economies develop, the pattern of protection moves in ways that seem amenable to prediction using available political-economy...[Show more]
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