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On the Political Substitutability between Tariffs and Subsidies

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Paper presented at the SSES Annual Meetings in Geneva, August 2009. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this paper should be attributed to the authors. They are not meant to represent the positions or opinions of the WTO and its Members and are without prejudice to Members’ rights and obligations under the WTO.

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Brou, D., Ruta, M. On the Political Substitutability between Tariffs and Subsidies. Swiss J Economics Statistics 145, 405–410 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03399287

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Keywords

  • tariffs
  • subsidies
  • lobbying
  • trade agreements