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Did trade with China make US manufacturing less innovative?

from Harvard Business Review

In early 2016 economists David Autor, David Dorn, and Gordon Hanson published an influential paper that highlighted some of the costs of global trade. They reviewed the literature and reported that trade with China had cost the U.S. as many as one million manufacturing jobs since 1999, had lowered wages, and had not led to the new jobs and industries that trade proponents had promised. The main case for trade, though, was always that it would improve overall welfare by allowing a greater variety of products to be produced more efficiently. more


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