The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @pwgallagher ever

February 2018

“The TPP was a very bad deal for the United States, it would have cost us a tremendous amount of jobs… there is a… https://t.co/UlGgIaTAif

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Over time imports ADD to GDP growth b/c they are a key source of ideas & technology for dom. business. https://t.co/pZUCmofbGd

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Good for CA! The same effect (especially the advantage in JPN) will probably boost modelled estimates for AU gains.… https://t.co/MzeS5zElGY

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“The Catoline Conspiracy Unmasked” or “Albion exsoluta est” (a little drama is sort of welcome…) https://t.co/ViB0pGs8qV

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RT @insteconomics: CPTPP may mark the end, rather than the beginning, of freer trade in the Pacific — United States Studies Centre https://…

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Trade Map and Market Access Map (from @ITC_MktAnalysis) are great resources, mature data systems. Recommended. https://t.co/FKkcXlAe6o

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Reciprocity makes good agreements. Game theory and polity agree: reciprocate cooperation, punish defection. Today,… https://t.co/I2FhHPNQ6I

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RT @KDbyProxy: @pwgallagher @sdonnan As for the “VERs”, I was there as a Senate staffer for USTR & DoC actions re semi-conductors & as I re…

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In 1981 Sen Danforth (R, MO & staffer Susan Schwab) pushed unilateral S301 action for “non-reciprocity”. Comm. Sec’… https://t.co/KbVSM5PkfF

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“His conclusion, unsupported by evidence?…It’s bad for us to be free” @DeirdreMcClosk on Thaler (& Kahneman, Krug… https://t.co/0KiG74ByQf

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RT @DanielGriswold: In his new book on “China’s Great Migration,” @bradleygardner documents how the internal movement of 260 million people…

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RT @sdonnan: It’s back to the future day.. CC Suharto and the “Timor”… Or Mahathir and the Proton… https://t.co/iKin8zzGVy

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Had NZ joined the AU Federation as proposed in 1900, the economic case for a CU might have been stronger because of… https://t.co/hnVmkNkIJs

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AU & NZ have from time to time considered a CU. Case was never convincing. Free (99%) trade and own currency leaves… https://t.co/4BlIoKyaLr

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Huh? A CU isn’t naturally advantageous. Can be a big disadvantage for econs. outside monetary union especially wher… https://t.co/vMN9ag6EVD

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I first met Gary in 1982 when I was Counsellor at AU embassy in D.C. He had recently moved (fm Tsy?) to Brookings.… https://t.co/mKXHLC6xDO

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Great thing about @ATabarrok et al.’s counter-intuitive null-result on the burden of regulation is, it’s so provoca… https://t.co/ZmSLIjJFa7

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(Thinks… I wish I could do research like that, and be quoted in The Economist and be famous…) https://t.co/QAlQYkDBgC

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“Probably ‘placebo effects’ rode on the coattails of a more important issue, regression to the mean. That is, most… https://t.co/DqeDhAoCU8

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RT @D_A_Irwin: A fitting tribute to one of Washington’s trade policy greats: Gary Hufbauer https://t.co/vSHQitXmSJ via @PIIE

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Tempting to compare claims about China’s treatment of USA/EU tech-IP & USA treatment of (all) EU IP in 19th C. Stil… https://t.co/yeLdynb5fD

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RT @AndrewDMitch: Australia’s #FTAs with #China, Asia and Beyond - joint launch of books by me @lizsheargold @taniavoon @ColinPicker @HengW…

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This long essay by @stephen_wolfram on computation & the limits of reductionism; language, time-capsules, AI & comm… https://t.co/6R1aK4h5xc

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