Global antidumping use: retaliation or policy learning?
This study investigates whether retaliation is a signifant predictor of antidumping (AD) investigations when allowing for policy learning; both (i) learning by doing and (ii) learning from others or policy transfer. Using fixed and random effects techniques to analyze panel data for 41 WTO-member countries, I find that retaliation is no longer a signficant predictor of AD investigations when controlling for policy learning. Furthermore, I find that variables for learning by doing and policy transfer significantly predict the frequency of global inititations of AD investigations.
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