Trade and Investment

Why protectionism spells trouble for global economic growth

New research suggests protectionist trade policies can cause more harm than good. Image: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Jonathan D. Ostry

Professor of the Practice of Economics, Georgetown University

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These results are for the full country sample as listed in Table 2 of NBER WP 25402/CEPR DP13389.

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