Tag: China

Guest Contribution in Econbrowser: “On the time-varying impact of China’s bilateral political relations on its trading partners: “doux commerce” or “trade follows the flag”?”

Very honored to contribute my third guest blog post on Econbrowser. I am deeply grateful to Menzie Chinn. Remarks and comments are welcome, as always. https://econbrowser.com/archives/2024/04/guest-contribution-on-the-time-varying-impact-of-chinas-bilateral-political-relations-on-its-trading-partners-doux-commerce-or-trade-follows-the-flag

On the time-varying impact of China’s bilateral political relations on its trading partners: “doux commerce” or “trade follows the flag”? (China Economic Review)

NEW PUBLICATION: We assess the impact of China’s bilateral political relations with three main trading partners—the US, Germany, and the UK—on current account balances and exchange rates, over…

Leçon doctorale à l’école doctorale Augustin Cournot (ED 221) — Université de Strasbourg

Le lundi 12 février prochain, j’aurai le grand plaisir d’animer une leçon doctorale à l’école doctorale Augustin Cournot (ED 221) — Université de Strasbourg. Risques géopolitiques, tensions politiques…

How do political tensions and geopolitical risks impact oil prices? (Energy Economics)

NEW PUBLICATION: This paper assesses the effect of US–China political relationships and geopolitical risks on oil prices. To this end, we consider two quantitative measures, the Political Relationship Index (PRI)…