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Why we need to focus more on place-based policies (access required)

International trade theory teaches us that relative to no trade, free trade between nations makes them better off. Recent research tells us that the overall gains to the U.S. from trade with China are positive but small. Even so, trade with China has given rise to a significant economic shock involving massive job losses and ...
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