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POLITICAL IDEOLOGY AND ENDOGENOUS TRADE POLICY: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
World Scientific Studies in International Economics
In this paper, we empirically investigate how government ideology affects trade policy. The prediction of a partisan, ideology-based model (within a two-sector, two-factor Heckscher-Ohlin framework) is that left-wing governments will adopt more protectionist trade policies in capital rich countries, but adopt more pro-trade policies in labor rich economies than right-wing ones. The data strongly support this prediction in a very robust fashion. There is some evidence, that this relationship maydoi:10.1142/9789814569156_0005 fatcat:hamecz7xrza3pcrquopn6mbmxa