Potentail Foreign Competition in U.S. Manufacturing
Trade barriers are failing and U.S. producers are competing in increasingly open international markets. Further, data reveal considerable heterogeneity across industries in the intertemporal path of import-penetration. Against this backdrop, we focus on an issue that is increasingly important for competition policy analysis : "potential" foreign competition.
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