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Effects of Post-Colonial Racism and Foreign Aid on Trade Reciprocity:

Evidence from the Uruguay Round (1986-94)

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Time
12:30-1:45 p.m.
Location
Description
Colonial and post-colonial race relations and foreign aid are often hypothesized as impacting North-South trade, but few empirical studies examine this relationship in the context of trade negotiations. In this seminar, Professor J.P. Singh will present two empirical findings in the context of North-South trade negotiations: (1) post-colonial racism negatively impacts trade reciprocity; (2) foreign aid is a substitute for making meaningful trade concessions. Registration required via link below.
Cost
Free

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