格致经济论坛第四十期:Endogenous Trade Policy in a Global Value Chain: Evidence from Chinese Micro-level Processing Trade

发布者:商学院办公室     时间:2017-12-15

国际经济与贸易分论坛第二期


报告题目:Endogenous Trade Policy in a Global Value Chain: Evidence from Chinese Micro-level Processing Trade (基于全球价值链的内生贸易政策:来自中国加工贸易微观数据的经验证据)

报告人:余智 (副教授,上海财经大学)

报告时间:2017年12月22日(周五) 上午10:30-12:00

报告地点:三教102

邀请部门:商学院经济学系

主持人:刘钻石

报告内容摘要:This paper examines endogenous trade policy in a global value chain by exploring the impact of exports of intermediate inputs of a country on its trade barriers on final products. We use Chinese transaction-level processing trade data and finds that, the more are a country’s intermediate exports toChina, the lower is the trade barrier this country imposes on the imports of the final product fromChinaproduced with these intermediates. The reason is that a low trade barrier on the final product increases the country’s demand for Chinese final product, and thus increases Chinese demand for its intermediate inputs used in the production of that product. This impact exists for both the permanent tariffs (preferential and MFN tariffs) and temporary trade barriers (TTB, including anti-dumping and safeguards), is stronger for differentiated products than for commodities, and is stronger when intermediate export industries are more organized. For MFN tariffs and safeguards applied to all trade partners, this impact is higher when the share of a country imports of the final product from China (out of its total imports from the whole world) is higher, which implies it’s more likely that the MFN tariffs and safeguards are set mainly against China.

   

报告人简介:余智,上海财经大学副教授,上海市“浦江人才计划”学者,兼任中国(上海)自由贸易试验区协同创新中心研究员、美国联邦储备银行达拉斯分行特约研究员。他获得中国人民大学金融学博士学位、美国乔治城大学(Georgetown University)经济学博士学位,曾在国家发展与计划委员会(国家发展与改革委员会前身)、国际货币基金组织研究部、美国商务部普查局从事研究工作。他的主要研究方向为国际贸易政策,其文章发表在Journal of International Economics、《经济学动态》等国内外学术期刊以及《中国证券报》、《金融时报》等媒体上。

Presenter Biography: Zhi Yu is an Associate Professor at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and a member of “Shanghai Pujiang Scholar Program”. He is also a Research Associate at the China (Shanghai) Free Trade Zone Research Collaboration Center and the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. He received his PhD in Finance from Renmin University of China and PhD in Economics from Georgetown University, and once worked at China’s National Commission of Development and Planning (former National Commission of Development and Reform), the Research Department at the Monetary Fund, and the US Census Bureau at the Department of Commerce. His research focuses on micro-level studies of international trade policy. His papers and articles were published in academic journals such as Journal of International Economics and Developments in Economics (Chinese), as well as Chinese newspapers such as China Securities and Financial Times.


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