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Thursday, September 18, 2014

National Attitudes on International Trade

[Travel day -- heading south for the winter -- so just a few quick ones before hitting the road.]

Tim Taylor:

National Attitudes on International Trade: Americans, who are sometimes caricatured as being especially supportive of free trade, are actually among those most opposed. People from the low-income countries of the world, far from feeling oppressed by international trade, are often among its stronger supporters. The Pew Research Center has a new survey out--"Faith and Skepticism about Trade, Foreign Investment"--on the responses of people in 44 nations to questions about the effects and consequences of international trade. Here is a sampling of the evidence...

    Posted by on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 09:40 AM in Economics, International Trade | Permalink  Comments (20)


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