Title

The effects of financial crises on international trade

Document Type

Book chapter

Source Publication

International trade in East Asia

Publication Date

2005

First Page

253

Last Page

282

Publisher

University of Chicago Press

Abstract

This paper studies empirically the effects of financial crises on international trade. The major findings are that banking crises had a negative impact on imports but a positive impact on exports in the short term, whereas currency crises decreased imports in the short term and stimulated exports in the longer term.

DOI

10.3386/w10172

Publisher Statement

Copyright © 2005 by the National Bureau of Economic Research

Additional Information

ISBN of the source publication: 0226378969

Language

English

Recommended Citation

Cheng, L. K. H., & Ma, Z. (2005). The effects of financial crises on international trade. In T. Ito & A. Rose (Eds.), International trade in East Asia (pp.253-282). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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