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New Estimates of the Ad-valorem Equivalent of SPS Measures: Evidence from Specific Trade Concerns
(Center for Agricultural Trade, 2019-10)
Countries maintain a large and diverse set of non-tariff measures (NTMs) to safeguard the health of plants, animals and humans. However, policymakers and regulatory bodies often neglect the potential adverse trade effects ...
Evaluating the Trade Impacts of Bovine Spongiform Ecephalopathy (BSE) Using Historical Simulations
(Virginia Tech, 2017-10)
In December of 2003, the US Secretary of Agriculture announced the presence of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) within a cow in the state of Washington. The announcement prompted the stoppage of beef imports by some ...
The Role of State Owned and Private Enterprises in China’s Agricultural Imports
(Center for Agricultural Trade, 2018-05)
Trade Elasticities and Trade Disputes: New Evidence from Tariffs and Relative Preference Margins
(Center for Agricultural Trade, 2018-08)
Hidden Trade Costs? Maximum Residue Limits and U.S. Exports of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
(Center for Agricultural Trade, 2018-07)
Consecutive rounds of trade negotiations at the multilateral and regional level have resulted in significant reductions to agricultural tariffs. However, agricultural economists and policy makers alike agree that non-tariff ...
Agricultural exports and retaliatory trade actions: An empirical assessment of the 2018/2019 trade conflict
We estimate the ex-post agricultural trade impacts of retaliatory measures imposed by foreign countries in response to United States' Section 232 and 301 tariffs using a theoretically consistent, monthly, product line ...
COVID-19 & Agricultural Exports under the U.S.-China Trade Deal
(Virginia Tech. Center for Agricultural Trade, 2020-05)
This report from the Center for Agricultural Trade provides an update on COVID-19 and related impacts on US-China trade.