Csilla Lakatos, Franziska Ohnsorge, 22 August 2017

Trade growth has slowed sharply since the Global Crisis. Using a unique dataset on US trade, this column argues that arm’s-length trade between unaffiliated firms, as opposed to intra-firm trade between firms linked by control or ownership, accounts disproportionately for the overall post-Crisis trade slowdown.

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