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Political Economy Determinants of Non-agricultural Trade Policy
The authors investigate several existing political economy hypotheses on trade policy using crosscountry
trade-protection data for non-agricultural goods. The authors find that a left-leaning political
regime leads to pro-labor trade policies only for a subset of trade policy measures.