My speech at the 85th Anniversary of Ispi institute in Milan: 1) what are the redistributive effects of free trade; 2) why I insisted so much for the signing of MoU on BRI; 3) which is the dominating theory, Krugman or Ricardo?
Interview on RadioRadicale, together with Valeria Manieri, Francesco Radicioni and Eugenio Buzzetti. What is the future of the “trade war” between China-US? and what are the prospects for the EU? Why will China reach us in a few years? What should Italy aim for? Here are some answers…
I tempi sull’imposizione dei dazi su acciaio ed alluminio importati in America dagli Stati Europei si allungano. L’Europa prende tempo per cercare degli accordi che non mettano a repentaglio le esportazioni, soprattutto tedesche, verso gli Stati Uniti.
“The recent escalation of tariffs between China and the United States highlights a fundamental question: the World Trade Organization has not been established nor does it have the tools to manage an economy like the Chinese one, which produces half of everything that is consumed in the world. ” My brief comment from “Il Foglio.”
Let’s continue the analysis of the duties that Trump has imposed on steel imported from China and how China intends to respond, using numbers to assess the actual impact, beyond the rhetoric and diplomacy.
Michele Geraci was a guest speaker at GAAF 2017, yesterday in Shanghai. In his speech, he shared following three viewpoints: First, RMB will never be international currency. Second, Interest rate in China needs to be brought up to the same level of GDP growth rate in order to create stable economy. Third, There will be more difficulties for China trade with the U.S. but it will be easier for China outbound investment to the U.S.
In 2017, one of the biggest issues that the world will be facing is trade war, especially between China-US. President Xi and Trump have different views. Xi strongly encourages free trade between countries while Trump stresses the importance of fair trade. Michele Geraci has an even different view from both of them. He thinks that opening up trade and lowering trade barriers, in general, would benefit both countries involved, on average, but the problem is that these benefits are not always redistributed fairly within the country.