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    • Manufacturing Fetishism: The Neo-Mercantilist Preoccupation with Protecting Manufacturing 

      Cassidy, AW; Tower, E; Wang, X (Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID), 2016-12-06)
      Two common views are that a country cannot develop without a strong manufacturing base and that trade restrictions are essential to facilitate the development of that strong manufacturing base and thus spur economic growth. ...
    • Monetary Unions and Long-Run Growth 

      Crews, Levi (2017-05-04)
      This paper develops two complementary models of monetary unions and long-run growth. The key result is that a reduction in foreign exchange costs via monetary unification provides a positive growth effect for member nations. ...