Micro-Foundations of International Trade, Global Imbalances and Implications on Monetary Policy
Annual Report, Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute, 2014, 24-29
Researchers from the U.S., Canada and China gathered in Shanghai to explore exchange rates, offshoring and trade policies. Research presented at the conference employed microdata of trade volumes and prices at the firm and product levels, which provide valuable information on crucial global economic issues such as trade imbalances, economic development and wage inequality.
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