Youngmin Baek, Kazunobu Hayakawa, Kenmei Tsubota, Shujiro Urata, Kenta Yamanouchi, 03 June 2020

Anti-globalisation sentiment has been spreading around the world in recent years. Since trade liberalisation is one of the representative characteristics of globalisation, investigating who benefits from it, and to what extent, can be an important starting point in analysing the causes of anti-globalisation sentiment and promoting liberalisation. This column explains how the rent from trade liberalisation, in the form of tariff reductions, is distributed among foreign producers, wholesalers, and consumers by investigating the tariff pass-through for each player.


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