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Is Strict Reciprocity Required for Fair Trade?

Mar. 14, 2019—Authors: Daniel C.K. Chow & Ian Sheldon PDF: Is Strict Reciprocity Required for Fair Trade?   Abstract      The administration of Donald J. Trump has repeatedly claimed that reciprocity is required for “fair” trade. While this concept is not new in US political discourse, the Trump administration’s insistence that strict or absolute reciprocity is required...

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The Monetary Fifth Column: The Eurodollar Threat to Financial Stability and Economic Sovereignty

May. 30, 2014—Eurodollars are dollar-denominated deposit liabilities of banks outside the United States. Even though estimates of the size of the Eurodollar market exceed $5 trillion, these instruments are virtually unregulated. Legal scholarship has very little to say about Eurodollars, and the economic literature on the subject is geared toward economists and banking professionals rather than policy...

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Criminal Law Pays: Penal Law’s Contribution to China’s Economic Development

May. 14, 2014—China’s rapid rise to become the second largest economy in the world is nothing short of extraordinary. When economic reforms took off in the late 1970s, China had been without formal criminal law for three decades. China’s economic development since the launch of the reform period has occurred directly alongside the development of its criminal...

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A Behavioral Economic Approach to Nuclear Disarmament Advocacy

May. 29, 2013—Nuclear disarmament advocates have provided a strong moral voice for the total disarmament of nuclear weapons, but if they are to remain credible participants in the disarmament process, they must redouble their efforts to assist in the difficult technical and political obstacles that stand in the way of a world without nuclear weapons. This Note...

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Voodoo Economics: A Look Abroad for a Supply-Side Solution to America’s Campaign-Finance Riddle

Jul. 23, 2012—The title of this Note—“voodoo economics”—is, at its core, an analogy: U.S. campaign-finance regulation operates like a price ceiling in the political money marketplace. Political campaigns are financed through money-for-access transactions and campaign-finance regulation caps the level of exchange. Like any other price ceiling, regulation is both effective and flawed. It suppresses the “price” of...

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