Simon J. Evenett | 12 Nov 2014

Based on a massive data collection effort since the St. Petersburg G20 summit last September, in which a further 2,001 trade-related state initiatives have been documented, this report demonstrates that the resort to protectionism has been substantially higher than previously thought.

Release date: 12 November 2014

Contents

1. Executive Summary

Part One: Benchmarking the G20’s Resort to Protectionism and Trade Liberalisation

Part Two: Analyses of Crisis-Era Protectionism

2. The Global Landscape of Protectionism
3. The Protectionist Impulse Reconsidered
4. Monitoring Crisis-Era Protectionism: Comparing the Findings of the WTO and GTA


Part Three: The G20’s Resort to Protectionism