Trade Policies and Economic Growth

@inproceedings{Chalkual2013TradePA,
  title={Trade Policies and Economic Growth},
  author={Thanawat Chalkual and Jeanne Peng and Shijia Liang and Yao Ju},
  year={2013}
}
This paper aims to examine the relationship between trade policies and economic growth. In order to test whether restrictive trade policies have a positive impact on economic growth, we investigate America, Australia and China, and, analyse how their economic performance varies between a free trade environment and a relatively protective trade environment. In this paper, we focus on comparative advantage and use various data such as tariff rate, GDP growth rate, unemployment rate, etc. to test… 

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