Front Matter
Author: Andras Komaromi

Front Matter Page

Asia and Pacific Department and Innovation Lab Unit


  • I. Introduction

  • II. A Shift-Share Design on High-Frequency Trade Data

  • III. High-Frequency Data and Variable Construction

  • IV. Results

  • V. Indirect Supply-Chain Effects

  • Figures

  • 1. Lockdown Exposure and Import Growth: The cases of Korea and the U.S.

  • 2. Construction of Port-to-Port Trade Volumes from AIS data

  • 3. The Distribution of Travel Times in Shipping

  • 4. Lockdown Spillovers: Strong but Short-Lived

  • 5. Ratio of Actual v. Counterfactual World Trade counterfactual with no lockdown-induced supply disruptions

  • 6. The Effects of Direct and Indirect Lockdown Exposures (LE) for different samples, and different indirect LE lags

  • Tables

  • 1. Top 50 Importers by 2015–2019 Import Volume

  • 2. Top Routes by 2015–2019 Import Volume

  • 3. Lockdown Spillovers – Effect on Import Growth

  • 4. indirect spillovers measured with 14-day processing lag

Supply Spillovers During the Pandemic: Evidence from High-Frequency Shipping Data
Author: Andras Komaromi