Arnold Kling  

Changing World Trade Patterns

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From the latest issue of the Journal of Economic Perspectives, I recommend The Rise of Middle Kingdoms by Gordon H. Hanson.


Whereas high-income economies accounted for four-fifths of global trade in 1985, they will account for less than half by the middle of this decade.

The entire article is interesting.


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Bleebus writes:

Couldn't you write a brief analysis of the paper, perhaps citing more than a single sentence? Maybe you could even add some of your own criticisms or insights rather than just saying it is "interesting."

This is not how you write a blog post.

R Richard Schweitzer writes:

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