Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
Trade, Development and Political Economy presents
Non-tariff Measures: What’s Tariffs Got to Do with It?
After successive rounds of tariff reductions by GATT/WTO members, non-tariff measures (NTM) have increasingly become the focal point of multilateral trade negotiations. It remains an open question whether the liberalization in tariff rates has subsequently been weakened or even erased by increases in NTMs. The author systematically answers this question using a product-level global panel of WTO members over the period 1996-2018.
David Kuenzel is Assistant Professor of Economics at Wesleyan University. His research interests are in international trade and economic growth. His work has been published in well-known academic economics journals such as the European Economic Review and the Canadian Journal of Economics. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Washington, Seattle.
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