The Great Synchronisation : tracking the trade collapse with high-frequency data
While several culprits have been proposed to explain the current trade collapse (e.g. the credit crunch, global production chains, generalised loss of confidence), the great synchronisation underlying the collapse suggests that it is very probably their interaction, rather than each individual effect, that might best explain why international trade has taken such an epic hit in this global crisis. The high-frequency pattern of trade flows also reveals systemic propagation effects during the crisis that would be interesting to analyze further, as well as new patterns in the structure of trade flows. All these issues open interesting research questions for international trade economists.
|Date of creation:||Mar 2011|
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|Publication status:||Published in The Great Trade Collapse : Causes, Consequences and Prospects, . pp. 101-106.Length: 5 pages|
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