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A paper coauthored by Professor David Weinstein, CJEB’s director, was highlighted in the Wall Street Journal newsletter, Newsletter: Consumer Spending Could Look Ugly, as well as the MarketWatch article, Trade-war collateral damage: destruction of $1.7 trillion in U.S. companies’ market value and the Forbes article, Trump’s Trade War Cost U.S. Company Stock Prices $1.7 Trillion.
The paper, The Effect of the U.S.-China Trade War on U.S. Investment, which estimates the effect of U.S.-China tariff announcements on aggregate returns and the differential returns of firms exposed to China in order to identify their effect on treated and untreated firms, was coauthored with Mary Amiti of the New York Federal Reserve, and Sang Hoon Kong of Columbia University.
Check Professor Weinstein’s website to view the paper’s full media coverage and his other research.
Newsletter: Consumer Spending Could Look Ugly (Wall Street Journal, 5/29/20)
Trade-war collateral damage: destruction of $1.7 trillion in U.S. companies’ market value (MarketWatch, 5/31/20)
Trump’s Trade War Cost U.S. Company Stock Prices $1.7 Trillion (Forbes, 6/1/20)