Swiss goods exports and the Sino-US trade war: Conflicting transmission mechanisms

Item Type Journal paper
Abstract This paper identifies various channels through which the Sino-US trade war and the January 2020 truce affect Swiss goods exports. As a third party to this bilateral trade war, Switzerland’s goods exports were not targeted directly. Nevertheless, Swiss goods exports were implicated and evidence is presented that scales different transmission mechanisms. Given that leading central banks eased monetary policy partly on account of the macroeconomic consequences of the Sino- US trade war, a new dimension to the trade and monetary nexus has arisen. The consequences of this for the conduct of Swiss monetary policy are discussed.
Authors Evenett, Simon
Journal or Publication Title Aussenwirtschaft; Zeitschrift für internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen
Language English
Subjects economics
political science
Refereed No
Date 2019
Publisher Rüegger
Place of Publication Zürich
Volume 70
Number 1
Page Range 91-110
ISSN 0004-8216
Depositing User Prof. PhD Simon Evenett
Date Deposited 25 Mar 2020 16:00
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:41
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/259871

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Evenett, Simon (2019) Swiss goods exports and the Sino-US trade war: Conflicting transmission mechanisms. Aussenwirtschaft; Zeitschrift für internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen, 70 (1). 91-110. ISSN 0004-8216

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