Chapter 10 Technology and the new geography of trade politics
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New technological developments are complicating how we should understand the relationship between trade and economic geography. These developments are accelerating and shifting economic agglomeration. That improves efficiency but also makes inequality worse, particularly along educational and urban-rural lines. This, rather than the China Shock, is what caused so much political blowback. It is too early to tell but it may be the case that work-from-home somewhat ameliorates these trends. 

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