Antidumping duties and plant-level restructuring
Justin Pierce ()
No 2013-38, Finance and Economics Discussion Series from Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)
This paper examines the effect of antidumping duties on the restructuring activities of protected plants. Using a dataset that contains the full population of U.S. manufacturers, I find that protected plants increase their capital intensities modestly relative to unprotected plants, but only when antidumping duties have been in place for a sufficient duration. I find little effect of antidumping duties on a proxy for the skilled labor intensity of protected plants.
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