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Review of International Economics

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Volume 29, issue 5, 2021

Natural disasters, aggregate trade resilience, and local disruptions: Evidence from Hurricane Katrina pp. 1081-1120 Downloads
Felix L. Friedt
Different antidumping legislations within the WTO: What can we learn from China's varying market economy status? pp. 1121-1147 Downloads
Alexander Sandkamp and Erdal Yalcin
Optimal tariffs and firm technology choice: An environmental approach pp. 1148-1160 Downloads
Nico Steffen
Do non‐exporters lose from lower trade costs? pp. 1161-1185 Downloads
Facundo Piguillem and Loris Rubini
Propagation of economic shocks through global supply chains—Evidence from Hurricane Sandy pp. 1186-1220 Downloads
Yuzuka Kashiwagi, Yasuyuki Todo and Petr Matous
Financial market spillovers of U.S. monetary policy shocks pp. 1221-1274 Downloads
Jongrim Ha
Does value‐added tax reform boost firms’ domestic value added in exports? Evidence from China pp. 1275-1299 Downloads
Songbo Wu, Yue Lu and Xiaofeng Lv
Distributional effects of nonresident investors on the housing market and welfare pp. 1300-1326 Downloads
Yin Germaschewski and Shu‐Ling Wang
Trade policy uncertainty: Evidence from the Arab League countries pp. 1327-1357 Downloads
Atika Benaddi and Peri Silva
The interrelation between formal and informal institutions through international trade pp. 1358-1381 Downloads
Se Mi Park
Revisiting time as a trade barrier: Evidence from a panel structural gravity model pp. 1382-1417 Downloads
Harald Oberhofer, Michael Pfaffermayr and Richard Sellner
The impact of export promotion with matchmaking on exports and service outsourcing pp. 1418-1450 Downloads
Ryo Makioka
European financial systems through the crisis: Patterns and convergence pp. 1451-1485 Downloads
Tommaso Colozza and Emilio Barucci
Implications of exchange rate volatility for trade: Volatility measurement matters pp. 1486-1523 Downloads
Allison Roehling

Volume 29, issue 4, 2021

Trade and income in the long run: Are there really gains, and are they widely shared? pp. 703-731 Downloads
Diego A. Cerdeiro and András Komáromi
Sovereign default, political instability and political fragmentation pp. 732-755 Downloads
Antonio Cusato Novelli
Exogenous and endogenous sterilisation under managed exchange rates pp. 756-779 Downloads
George Pantelopoulos
Demand shocks, financial costs, and export margins: Evidence from China pp. 780-801 Downloads
Bo Chen, Junjie Hong, Ran Jing and Xiaonan Sun
Unintended consequences of tax incentives on export product quality: Evidence from a natural experiment in China pp. 802-837 Downloads
Dongmin Kong and Mengxu Xiong
Firm‐productivity and cross border merger pp. 838-859 Downloads
Arijit Mukherjee and Umut Erksan Senalp
The impact of free trade agreements in national markets: Evidence from the telecommunications sector in Latin America pp. 860-903 Downloads
Jose Luis Castillo Mezarina
Macroeconomic instability and targeting rules for monetary policy in an endogenously growing small open economy pp. 904-926 Downloads
Kuan‐jen Chen, Ching‐chong Lai and Ting‐wei Lai
Financial dollarization of households and firms: How does it differ by level of economic development? pp. 927-978 Downloads
Juan‐Sebastian Corrales and Patrick Amir Imam
Trade liberalization, selection, and technology adoption with vertical linkages pp. 979-1012 Downloads
Antonio Navas and Antonella Nocco
Investor‐state dispute settlement and multinational firm behavior pp. 1013-1024 Downloads
Guttorm Schjelderup and Frank Stähler
Sovereign default and capital controls pp. 1025-1045 Downloads
Robert A. McDowall
Import competition and industry location in a small‐country model of productivity growth pp. 1046-1064 Downloads
Colin Davis and Ken‐ichi Hashimoto
Capital mobility and the synchronization of business cycles: Evidence from the European Union pp. 1065-1079 Downloads
Krzysztof Beck

Volume 29, issue 3, 2021

Introduction pp. 485-486 Downloads
Makram El‐Shagi
Trade and currency weapons pp. 487-510 Downloads
Agnès Bénassy‐Quéré, Matthieu Bussière and Pauline Wibaux
Bayesian estimation of the Eurozone currency union effect pp. 511-532 Downloads
Ronaldo Carpio and Meixin Guo
International trade with social comparisons pp. 533-556 Downloads
Zeng Lian, Jaimie W. Lien, Lin Lu and Jie Zheng
Global current account imbalances and the link between income and consumption inequality pp. 557-572 Downloads
Xinhua Gu, ChunKwok Lei, Li Sheng and Qingbin Zhao
Trade and capital flows: Substitutes or complements? An empirical investigation pp. 573-589 Downloads
Ansgar Belke and Clemens Domnick
IMF conditionality and capital controls: Capital account liberalization to capital inflow management? pp. 590-605 Downloads
Makram El‐Shagi and Steven J. Yamarik
The sources of international investment income in emerging market economies pp. 606-625 Downloads
Joseph Joyce
Regional real exchange rates and growth: Evidence from resource‐based regional economies pp. 626-640 Downloads
Kiril Tochkov
The case for starting a new exchange rate after debt settlement: Reexamining alternatives to Argentina’s exchange rate policy in 2001–2002 pp. 641-662 Downloads
Tai‐kuang Ho, Ya‐chi Lin and Kuo‐chun Yeh
Spillovers in global production networks pp. 663-680 Downloads
Erik Frohm and Vanessa Gunnella
The effects of external shocks on the business cycle in China: A structural change perspective pp. 681-702 Downloads
Michael Murach and Helmut Wagner

Volume 29, issue 2, 2021

Policy uncertainty and foreign direct investment pp. 195-227 Downloads
Sangyup Choi, Davide Furceri and Chansik Yoon
Decomposing episodes of large growth in international trade pp. 228-267 Downloads
Brandon Malloy
The impact of foreign capital flows on long‐term interest rates in emerging and advanced economies pp. 268-295 Downloads
Masahiro Inoguchi
The Leontief Paradox Redux pp. 296-313 Downloads
Kozo Kiyota
Did 272 billion dollars from China help stabilize business cycle fluctuations in recipient countries? pp. 314-358 Downloads
Loujaina Abdelwahed and Georgios Karras
Tax treaties worldwide: Estimating elasticities and revenue foregone pp. 359-401 Downloads
Petr Janský, Jan Láznička and Miroslav Palanský
Unemployment effects of trade with a low‐wage country: A minimum‐wage model with sector‐specific factors pp. 402-408 Downloads
Richard Brecher and Zhihao Yu
Fear thy neighbor: Spillovers from economic policy uncertainty pp. 409-438 Downloads
Nina Biljanovska, Francesco Grigoli and Martina Hengge
Exchange rate flexibility, the real exchange rate, and adjustment to terms‐of‐trade shocks pp. 439-483 Downloads
Yan Carrière‐Swallow, Nicolas Magud and Juan F. Yépez

Volume 29, issue 1, 2021

The interaction between macroprudential policy and monetary policy: Overview pp. 1-19 Downloads
Matthieu Bussiere, Jin Cao, Jakob de Haan, Robert Hills, Simon Lloyd, Baptiste Meunier, Justine Pedrono, Dennis Reinhardt, Sonalika Sinha, Rhiannon Sowerbutts and Konstantin Styrin
Home sweet host: A cross‐country perspective on prudential and monetary policy spillovers through global banks pp. 20-36 Downloads
Stefan Avdjiev, Bryan Hardy, Patrick McGuire and Goetz von Peter
Macroprudential policy and the inward transmission of monetary policy: The case of Chile, Mexico, and Russia pp. 37-60 Downloads
Georgia Bush, Tomás Gómez, Alejandro Jara, David Moreno, Konstantin Styrin and Yulia Ushakova
Le Pont de Londres: Interactions between monetary and prudential policies in cross‐border lending pp. 61-86 Downloads
Matthieu Bussiere, Robert Hills, Simon Lloyd, Baptiste Meunier, Justine Pedrono, Dennis Reinhardt and Rhiannon Sowerbutts
The interaction between macroprudential and monetary policies: The cases of Norway and Sweden pp. 87-116 Downloads
Jin Cao, Valeriya Dinger, Anna Grodecka‐Messi, Ragnar Juelsrud and Xin Zhang
Mortgage lending, monetary policy, and prudential measures in small euro‐area economies: Evidence from Ireland and the Netherlands pp. 117-143 Downloads
Mary Everett, Jakob de Haan, David-Jan Jansen, Peter McQuade and Anna Samarina
The transmission of bank capital requirements and monetary policy to bank lending in Germany pp. 144-164 Downloads
Bjorn Imbierowicz, Axel Löffler and Ursula Vogel
The effect of US stress tests on monetary policy spillovers to emerging markets pp. 165-194 Downloads
Friederike Niepmann, Tim Schmidt‐Eisenlohr and Emily Liu
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