Utilizing the individual.docx - Utilizing the individual-level survey data from the US the paper outline new evidence on aspect determining the

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Utilizing the individual-level survey data from the US, the paper outline new evidence on aspect determining the preference of individuals when it comes to aspect concerning the trade policy. The empirical results include; Factors are dominating the industry of employment when explaining the aspect of trade barriers. The homeownership Preference depends largely on the way trade policies affect income as a factor of production; this is because income is a significant determinant of people's economic welfare. However, this is affected majorly by the intersectoral factor mobility, which consists of the degree of factor specificity. Basing on Ricardo–Viner (RV) framework factor income tend to vary depending on the industry of employment while as per Heckscher–Ohlin (HO) framework tend to vary depending on the factor type. However, people save and invest in various kinds of assets, and hence, trade-policy preferences may not only depend on factor income but also asset ownership. The lower-skilled that were measures were intensely correlated with support of the new barriers.
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The complete political-economic model of given trade policymaking needs to characterize the preference of individuals over the trade policies. The data is analyzed around HO and RV models as well as asset ownership consideration. The direct measures of trade-policy presences originate from the survey of the National Election Studies (NES, 1993) Preference depends largely on the way trade policies affect income as a factor of production; this is because income is a significant determinant of people's economic welfare. However, this is affected majorly by the intersectoral factor mobility, which consists of the degree of factor specificity. Basing on Ricardo–Viner (RV) framework factor income tend to vary depending on the industry of employment while as per Heckscher–Ohlin (HO) framework tend to vary depending on the factor type. However, people save and invest in various kinds of assets, and hence, trade-policy preferences may not only depend on factor income but also asset ownership. The lower-skilled that were measures were intensely correlated with support of the new barriers. The two main results presented are; The factor type dominates the industry of employment when explaining the support of the trade barriers. Homeownership matters for individuals' trade-policy preference in addition to factor income.
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Basing on political-economic literature, this presentation relates to aspect focusing on actual political cleavages over trade policy and more so what this cleavage implies concerning the sector-specificity of assets. As per Irwin (1994), trade policy preference is determined primarily by industry.
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  • Spring '17
  • HERICK ONDIGO

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