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Princeton: Princeton University Press. WTO. 2013. The Future of Trade: The Challenges of Convergence. Report of the Panel on Deﬁning the Future of Trade convened by WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy. WTO. 2014. Regional Trade Agreements Information System. Trade Margins and Exchange Rate Regimes: New Evidence from a Panel VARX Model Lilia Cavallari and Stefano D’Addona Abstract This paper studies the dynamics of output and export margins in the aftermath of external shocks in ﬁxed and floating exchange rate regimes.
A rise in the extensive margin) in the trading partner’s market. 42 L. Cavallari and S. D’Addona Comparing mean responses in the samples of peggers and floaters reveals a number of interesting features. A visual inspection of Figs. 3 and 4 shows that there are remarkable differences in the transmission of output shocks. 79) in the model with extensive (intensive) margins. This accords with the Friedman’s hypothesis that flexible exchange rates help to smooth output in the wake of real shocks.