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Trade, tariffs and politics: Evidence from the US, EU and China

The Trump administration has announced tariffs on products from countries all over the world. Image: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Thiemo Fetzer

Associate Professor of Economics, University of Warwick

Carlo Schwarz

PhD Student, University of Warwick

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Figure 1: Republican vote share and tariff exposure Image: Vox

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Figure 2: Trade-off in political targeting and exposure to US imports Image: Vox
Figure 3 Impact of tariffs on US exports Image: Vox

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