Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College
Emily Blanchard is an Associate Professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, a Research Fellow with the Center for Economic Policy Research, and a member of the CES Ifo Research Network. Professor Blanchard's research lies at the intersection of international economics and public policy. She has written extensively on how foreign investment and global value chains are changing the role of trade agreements in the 21st century, and how globalization and education shape political and economic outcomes within and across countries. Her research is published in leading journals. She regularly works in collaboration with leading institutions, including the World Trade Organization, the World Bank, UNIDO, UNCTAD, the IMF, and Canada's Institute for Research on Public Policy.MORE ABOUT EMILY BLANCHARD >
Jan 1, 2021
Emily J. Blanchard, Chad P. Bown, Robert C. Johnson
Global Value Chains and Trade Policy
How do global value chain (GVC) linkages modify countries’ incentives to imposeimport protection? Are these linkages empirically important determinants of tradepolicy in practice? To address these questions, we develop a new approach to mod-eling tariff setting with GVCs, in which opti...
Jan 1, 2019
Trade wars in the global value chain era
The nature of global commerce has changed dramatically over the past 40 years, with the meteoric rise of global value chain trade. This column, taken from a recent Vox eBook, builds on insights from recent research to identify three critical dimensions of global value chain trade that promise to mak...
Jan 1, 2017
Renegotiating NAFTA: The role of global supply chains
The Trump administration has been outspoken in its criticism of NAFTA, which the president has called “the worst deal ever made”. This column, taken from a recent Vox eBook, argues that reversing the current NAFTA policy environment would not simply wind back the clock to the pre-agreement econo...