Hair Cuts around the World: An empirical study into GATT and GATS

Jan Hoffman of UNCTAD, President of the IAME, has published  another hair-raising report on international trade.  I hope he will consider submitting to the IAME conference in Hamburg this summer. Perhaps a poster presentation– it is too late for a peer-reviewed paper.

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Abstract After years of hard work, I am pleased to present the results of an extensive empirical study on exports of services and related imports of goods: The Production of Hair Cuts around the Wo…

Source: Hair Cuts around the World: An empirical study into GATT and GATS – Shipping, trade logistics and development

Studies like this one and Colin Camerer’s famous report on New York taxi drivers have the potential to alter our views of conventional wisdom, macro- and micro economics about everyday economic phenomena.

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