Leonor Freire Costa, Nuno Palma, and Jaime Reis, who compiled and published the original data shown here, argue that trade, also in this period, had a substantial positive impact on the economy.20. a firm exports goods to it’s factory in another country for processing, and then re-imports the processed goods) the manual says that statistical agencies should only record the net difference in value. (NB. The corrections applied in the OECD’s ‘balanced’ series make this the best source for cross-country comparisons. Precisely because of the difficulty that arises when trying to establish the origin and final destination of merchandise, some sources distinguish between national and dyadic (i.e. Broadly speaking, the principle of comparative advantage postulates that all nations can gain from trade if each specializes in producing what they are relatively more efficient at producing, and import the rest: “do what you do best, import the rest”.24. But of course efficiency is not the only relevant consideration here. They found that innovation increased more in those firms most affected by Chinese imports. US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies. The Review of Economic Studies, 69(1), 245-276. Online here. Differences between ‘general’ and ‘special’ trade system: how is trade recorded for custom-free zones? Available online here. Today about one fourth of total global production is exported. In this embedded interactive chart you can use the ‘build visualization’ options to the right to change how the data is presented. Globally, trade in goods accounts for the majority of trade transactions. The full references are: Trade induced technical change? Our World In Data is a project of the Global Change Data Lab, a registered charity in England and Wales (Charity Number 1186433). As we can see, there is a strong negative relationship. The chart includes series labeled by the sources as ‘merchandise trade’ and ‘goods trade’. Using Survey Data to Assess the Distributional Effects of Trade Policy. The increase in intra-industry between rich countries seems paradoxical under the light of comparative advantage, because in recent decades we have seen convergence in key factors, such as human capital, across these countries. The conceptual link between trade and household welfare, The link between trade and the cost of living, Wrapping up: Net welfare effects and implications, Two centuries of trade, country by country. License: All of Our World in Data is completely open access and all work is licensed under the Creative Commons BY license. Some key references here are: (2016). She found a positive impact on firm productivity in the import-competing sector. Gains from trade are broadly divided into two types – Static gains and dynamic gains. There are two key lessons from all of this. “That it is logically true need not be argued before a mathematician; that is is not trivial is attested by the thousands of important and intelligent men who have never been able to grasp the doctrine for themselves or to believe it after it was explained to them.” (NB. Exports: The Economic Impacts of Selling Goods to Other Countries. Donaldson (2018) uses archival data from colonial India to estimate the impact of India’s vast railroad network. This basic correlation is shown in the chart here, where we plot average annual change in real GDP per capita, against growth in trade (average annual change in value of exports as a share of GDP).1. Crozet, M., & Koenig, P. (2010). Available online here. If we consider all pairs of countries that engage in trade around the world, we find that in the majority of cases, there is a bilateral relationship today: Most countries that export goods to a country, also import goods from the same country. This issue is actually also a source of disagreement between National Accounts data and customs data. This chart plots estimates of the value of trade in goods, relative to total economic activity (i.e. A., & Romer, D. H. (1999). Trade liberalization, exit, and productivity improvements: Evidence from Chilean plants. The following visualization presents a compilation of available trade estimates, showing the evolution of world exports and imports as a share of global economic output. Over the last couple of centuries the world economy has experienced sustained positive economic growth, so looking at changes in trade relative to GDP offers another interesting perspective. And they found evidence of efficiency gains through two related channels: innovation increased and new existing technologies were adopted within firms; and aggregate productivity also increased because employment was reallocated towards more technologically advanced firms.9. A key example is Alcalá and Ciccone (2004).6, This body of evidence suggests trade is indeed one of the factors driving national average incomes (GDP per capita) and macroeconomic productivity (GDP per worker) over the long run.7. Some of the most cited papers in this field (e.g. Does trade cause growth?. As we explain below, part of the asymmetries in trade data come from the fact that, although ‘merchandise’ and ‘goods’ are equivalent in the dictionary, these two terms often measure related but different things. (2005). As we can clearly see in this chart, different data sources tell often very different stories. Trade transactions include goods (tangible products that are physically shipped across borders by road, rail, water, or air) and services (intangible commodities, such as tourism, financial services, and legal advice). The Review of Economic Studies, 69(1), 245-276. The weight of trade in the US economy, for example, is much lower than in other rich countries. Differences in Cost Ratios: The gains from international trade depend on differences in comparative cost ratios in the two trading countries. In theory, for example, the exports of country A to country B should mirror the imports of country B from country A. The interactive chart here, from The Atlas of Economic Complexity, at the Centre for International Development in the Harvard Kennedy School, shows a breakdown of the United Kingdom’s total merchandise and service exports by product category, for 2018. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2(4), 1-41. ; Some of the most cited papers in this field (e.g. These include conceptual inconsistencies across measurement standards, as well as inconsistencies in the way countries apply agreed protocols. As we can see, there is a net positive welfare effect across all income groups; but these improvements in welfare are regressive, in the sense that richer households gain proportionally more (about 7.5 percent gain compared to 5 percent).17, Evidence from other countries confirms this is not an isolated case – the expenditure channel really seems to be an important and understudied source of household welfare. The OECD’s Balanced International Merchandise Trade Statistics, for example, uses its own approach to correct and reconcile international merchandise trade statistics.43. The country that has the lowest opportunity cost for producing coconuts is the one with the flattest curve -- Country B. In a graph of the PPC the opportunity cost of the good represented on the horizontal axis is measured as the slope on the PPC. (NB. As transaction costs went down, this changed. By looking at the difference in rise/run we get -.5, which is equal to our opportunity cost or trade … Manova, Kalina. The effect of trade extends to everyone because markets are interlinked, so imports and exports have knock-on effects on all prices in the economy, including those in non-traded sectors. Let’s take a look at the available empirical evidence. T.R. In particular, comparing changes in employment at the regional level misses the fact that firms operate in multiple regions and industries at the same time. The next graph, from Broadberry and O’Rourke (2010)21, shows another perspective on the integration of the global economy and plots the evolution of three indicators measuring integration across different markets – specifically goods, labor, and capital markets. This chart shows an extraordinary growth in international trade over the last couple of centuries: Exports today are more than 40 times larger than in 1913. Is this statistical association between economic output and trade causal? But this is hardly a consolation for those who are worse off. If trade is causally linked to economic growth, we would expect that trade liberalization episodes also lead to firms becoming more productive in the medium, and even short run. This is the approach followed in Atkin, Faber, and Gonzalez-Navarro (2018): “Retail globalization and household welfare: Evidence from Mexico”.16. If, for example, Alpha ships 2,000 washing machines to Beta in exchange for 3,000 computers, then the two economies will move to points R 3 and S 3 , respectively, consuming more of both goods than they had before trade. Because distributional concerns are real it is important to promote public policies – such as unemployment benefits and other safety-net programs – that help redistribute the gains from trade. Similarly, for the period 1960-2015, the World Bank’s World Development Indicators published an alternative set of estimates, which are similar but not identical to those included from the Penn World Tables (9.1). Differences in underlying records: is trade measured from National Accounts data rather than directly from custom or tax records? Online here. (NB. The trend line in this chart shows a negative relationship: more exposure goes together with less employment. Online here. The textbook The Economy: Economics for a Changing World explains this in more detail here: https://core-econ.org/the-economy/book/text/18.html#1810-trade-and-growth. In Europe, for example, countries use the ‘Compilers guide on European statistics on international trade in goods’. According to the BPM6, imports and exports should be recorded in the balance of payments accounts on a ‘free on board (FOB) basis’, which means using prices that include all charges up to placing the goods on board a ship at the port of departure. These models of trade, often referred to as ‘New Trade Theory’, are helpful to explain why in the last few years we have seen such rapid growth in two-way exchanges of goods within industries between developed nations. The ‘normalized import shares’ in the vertical axis provide a measure of how much each country imports from different partners (see the paper for details on how this is calculated and normalised), while distance in the horizontal axis corresponds to the distance between central cities in each country (see the paper and references therein for details on the list of cities). The solution to the paradox is actually not very complicated: Comparative advantage is one, but not the only force driving incentives to specialization and trade. Online here. On the whole, the available evidence suggests trade liberalization does improve economic efficiency. Here is a stacked area chart showing the total composition of exports by partnership. These figures, produced by the World Bank, correspond to the Standard International Trade Classification, in which ‘food’ includes, among other goods, live animals, beverages, tobacco, coffee, oils, and fats. These are proportional gains, and are expressed as percent of initial household income. ’. Available at http://correlatesofwar.org and (ii) Barbieri, Katherine, Omar M. G. Keshk, and Brian Pollins. Consider the example of trade in two goods, shoes and refrigerators, between the United States and Mexico. Melitz, J. Journal of Political Economy, 112(1), 48-67. doi:1. It plots the position of cargo ships across the oceans. It’s not the case that the effects are restricted to workers from industries in the trade sector; or to consumers who buy imported goods. You can find a similar chart using different data sources and time periods in Ventura, J. If these two countries exchange apples and strawberries, they will both experience gains from trade. auto parts) for related final goods (e.g. On the whole, if we aggregate changes in welfare across households, the net effect is usually positive. If you move the time slider below the tree map, you can also change the year for which the data is plotted.). Many workers and communities were affected over a long period of time.9, But it’s also important to keep in mind that Autor and colleagues are only giving us a partial perspective on the total effect of trade on employment. The idea is that specialization allows countries to reap greater economies of scale (i.e. The visualization presents a world map showing the trade openness index country by country. This metric (the ratio of total trade, exports plus imports, to global GDP) is known as the ‘openness index’. The following visualizations provides a comparison of intercontinental trade, in per capita terms, for different countries. Static gains from trade refer to the increase in production or welfare of the people of the trading countries as a result of the optimum allocation their given factor-endowments, if they specialise on the basis of their comparative costs. An example is failure to follow the guidelines on how to treat goods passing through intermediary countries for processing or merchanting purposes. More information can be found at the IMF’s (2018) working paper on ‘New Estimates for Direction of Trade Statistics’. Each country tells a different story. (2016). Other issues: Time of recording, confidentiality policies, product classification, deliberate misinvoicing for illicit purposes. The first approach relies on estimating trade from, The second approach relies on estimating trade from. Inconsistent attribution of trade partners: how is the origin and final destination of merchandise established? The first wave started in the 19th century, and came to an end with the beginning of the First World War. These historical estimates obviously come with a large margin of error (in the measurement section below we discuss the data limitations); yet they offer an interesting perspective. See: (i) Feenstra, R. C., & Weinstein, D. E. (2017). For example, if there is no change in ownership (e.g. Handbook of economic growth, 1, 1419-1497. Is trade a major driver of income inequality? The chart above shows how much more trade we have today relative to a century ago. ’. So companies that outsourced jobs to China often ended up closing some lines of business, but at the same time expanded other lines elsewhere in the US. Other studies have shown that country-specific institutions, like the knowledge of foreign languages, for instance, are also important to promote foreign relative to domestic trade (see Melitz 200831). Pavcnik (2002) examined the effects of liberalized trade on plant productivity in the case of Chile, during the late 1970s and early 1980s. “Retail globalization and household welfare: Evidence from mexico.” Journal of Political Economy 126.1 (2018): 1-73. These projects tend to rely on data from one or more of the sources above; and they typically process and merge series in order to improve coverage and consistency. Trefler (2004) looks at the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement and finds there was a group who bore “adjustment costs” (displaced workers and struggling plants) and a group who enjoyed “long-run gains” (consumers and efficient plants). Factor immobility and regional impacts of trade liberalization: Evidence on poverty from India. Bloom, N., Draca, M., & Van Reenen, J. Most studies focus on the earnings channel, and try to approximate the impact of trade on welfare by looking at how much wages can buy, using as reference the changing prices of a fixed basket of goods. After the Second World War trade started growing again. (NB. Even if you focus on what seems to be the same indicator for the same year in the same country, discrepancies are large. ‘Compilers guide on European statistics on international trade in goods’. So households are affected both as consumers and as wage earners. License: All of Our World in Data is completely open access and all work is licensed under the Creative Commons BY license. Porto (2006) looks at the distributional effects of. The reductions in transaction costs had an impact, not only on the volumes of trade, but also on the types of exchanges that were possible and profitable. The visualization here shows the evolution of the cumulative number of preferential trade agreements that are in force across the world, according to the World Trade Organization (WTO). You can plot trends by region using the option ‘ From a historical perspective, there have been two waves of globalization. law enforcement); but some are less obvious. If the two countries trade at a rate of exchange of 2 digital cameras for one vacuum cleaner, the post-trade … This is an important obstacle, since the complex adjustments introduced by the OECD imply we can’t easily improve coverage by appending data from other sources. Cambridge University Press. I focus here on all countries with data over the period 1945-2014. You can find more details about this in this OECD Statistics Briefing. The textbook The Economy: Economics for a Changing World explains this in more detail here: https://core-econ.org/the-economy/book/text/18.html#1810-trade-and-growth. They found that innovation increased more in those firms most affected by Chinese imports. As we discuss in a companion blog post, the efficiency gains from trade are not generally equally shared by everyone. apples. All of our charts can be embedded in any site. This is no consolation to people who lost their job. 41, And there are still more potential sources of discrepancies. American Economic Review, 108(4-5), 899-934. In the third step, adjusted data are balanced using a “Symmetry Index” that weights exports and imports. You can find a similar chart using different data sources and time periods in Ventura, J. Trade liberalization, exit, and productivity improvements: Evidence from Chilean plants. A Direct Test of the Theory of Comparative Advantage: The Case of Japan. The production chains for these goods and services are becoming increasingly complex and global. (NB. Regarding levels, as one would expect, in high income countries food still accounts for a much smaller share of merchandise exports than in most low- and middle-income-countries. Related research entries in Our World in Data: The integration of national economies into a global economic system has been one of the most important developments of the last century. Financial integration is measured using Feldstein–Horioka estimators of current account disconnectedness.’ This data is taken from: Bayoumi 1990; Flandreau and Rivière 1999; Bordo and Flandreau 2003; Obstfeld and Taylor 2003. Rothwell’s critique received some attention from the media, but Autor and coauthors provided a reply, which I think successfully refutes this claim. As can be seen, financially developed economies – those with more dynamic private credit markets – typically outperform exporters with less evolved financial institutions. You can visit the AEC website to see this composition country by country. Above we took a look at the broad global trends over the last two centuries. Trade and productivity. As we can see, this is consistent with the theory: after opening to trade, the relative prices of major exports such as silk increased (Japan exported what was cheap for them to produce and which was valuable abroad), while the relative price of imports such as sugar declined (they imported what was relatively more difficult for them to produce, but was cheap abroad). But as this chart shows, the share of services in total global exports has increased, from 17% in 1979 to 24% in 2017. Broadly speaking, there are two main approaches used to estimate international merchandise trade: Under these two approaches, it is common to distinguish between ‘traded merchandise’ and ‘traded goods’. Broadberry and O’Rourke (2010) – The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe: Volume 2, 1870 to the Present. (i) Frankel, J. American economic review, 89(3), 379-399. Presently these include “modular” adjustments for unallocated and confidential trade; for exports by Hong Kong, China; for Swiss non-monetary gold; and for clear-cut cases of product misclassifications. Under autarky, Colombia would find it cheap to produce bananas relative to e.g. That is, the share of the value of exports that comes from foreign inputs. (2004). Though you were not asked to do this, the graphs demonstrate that it is possible that trade will result in both countries having more of both goods. Are these mechanisms supported by the data? Other papers have applied the same approach to richer cross-country data, and they have found similar results. Because distributional concerns are real it is important to promote public policies – such as unemployment benefits and other safety-net programs – that help redistribute the gains from trade. (NB. According to recent estimates, about 30% of the value of global exports comes from foreign inputs. (NB. These goods are homogeneous, meaning that consumers and producers cannot differentiate between shoes from Mexico and shoes from the U.S.; nor can they differentiate between Mexican or American refrigerators.From Table 1, we can see that it takes four U.S. workers to produce 1,000 pairs of shoes, but it takes five Mexican workers to do so. To see the difference between comparative and absolute advantage, consider a commercial aviation pilot and a baker. All estimates are expressed in constant 2010 dollars (i.e. We explore this in more detail in our blog post Trade data: why doesn’t it add up? In the next chart we plot, country by country, the regional breakdown of exports. Technology, geography, and trade. Frankel, J. In the late 1970s, North-South agreements accounted for more than half of all agreements – in 2010, they accounted for about one quarter. Journal of Political Economy, 125(4), 1040-1074. Trade transactions include both goods (tangible products that are physically shipped) and services (intangible commodities, such as tourism and financial services). Exploitation of comparative advantage 2.2 Proo–ng the gains from trade Trade can always produce a more e¢ cient outcome than autarky. (2005). The graph here shows the price changes of the key tradable goods after the opening up to trade. (2016). These articles draw on data and research discussed in our entry on International Trade. Help us do this work by making a donation. But this process of European integration then collapsed sharply in the interwar period. A., & Romer, D. H. (1999). Evenett, S. J., & Keller, W. (2002). Let’s now take a look at trade in monetary terms – this tells us the importance of trade in absolute, rather than relative terms. Econometrica, 70(5), 1741-1779. The forgone opportunities of production are key to understand this concept. 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