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1970 - 2022

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2022, volume 158, articles 4

International trade and face-to-face diplomacy pp. 987-1010 Downloads
Emmanuelle Lavallée and Julie Lochard
Do developing countries gain by participating in global value chains? Evidence from India pp. 1011-1042 Downloads
Choorikkad Veeramani and Garima Dhir
Measuring the relative development and integration of EU countries’ capital markets using composite indicators and cluster analysis pp. 1043-1083 Downloads
Gianluca Gucciardi
Beyond tariff evasion: bypass effect of FTAs to circumvent technical barriers pp. 1085-1105 Downloads
Yanyun Li and Faqin Lin
From boycott to buycott: is activism from the North good for the South? pp. 1107-1135 Downloads
Patrice Cassagnard and Tendai Espinosa
Why does the WTO treat export subsidies and import tariffs differently? pp. 1137-1172 Downloads
Tanapong Potipiti and Wisarut Suwanprasert
Intermittent exporting: unusual business or business as usual? pp. 1173-1198 Downloads
Marcel Berg, Ahmed Boutorat, Loe Franssen and Angie Mounir
Trade and welfare effects of a potential free trade agreement between Japan and the United States pp. 1199-1230 Downloads
Timo Walter

2022, volume 158, articles 3

‘Whatever it takes’ to change belief: evidence from Twitter pp. 715-747 Downloads
Michael Stiefel and Rémi Vivès
Correction to: ‘Whatever it takes’ to change belief: evidence from Twitter pp. 749-749 Downloads
Michael Stiefel and Rémi Vivès
Where has the rum gone? The impact of maritime piracy on trade and transport pp. 751-778 Downloads
Alexander-Nikolai Sandkamp, Vincent Stamer and Shuyao Yang
Spillovers from foreign business conditions pp. 779-814 Downloads
Allan Sørensen
How preferences shape the welfare and employment effects of trade pp. 815-853 Downloads
Hartmut Egger and Simone Habermeyer
Domestic product standards, harmonization, and free trade agreements pp. 855-885 Downloads
Akihiko Yanase and Hiroshi Kurata
Trade policy and global value chains: tariffs versus non-tariff measures pp. 887-916 Downloads
Mahdi Ghodsi and Robert Stehrer
Composite global indicators from survey data: the Global Economic Barometers pp. 917-945 Downloads
Klaus Abberger, Michael Graff, Oliver Müller and Jan-Egbert Sturm
FDI on the move: cross-border M&A and migrant networks pp. 947-985 Downloads
Jackie M. L. Chan and Huanhuan Zheng

2022, volume 158, articles 2

The contribution of immigration from Ukraine to economic growth in Poland pp. 365-399 Downloads
Paweł Strzelecki, Jakub Growiec and Robert Wyszyński
Quantifying Brexit: from ex post to ex ante using structural gravity pp. 401-465 Downloads
Gabriel Felbermayr, Jasmin Gröschl and Marina Steininger
Domestic interest rate, foreign direct investment, and corruption pp. 467-491 Downloads
Nadine McCloud and Michael S. Delgado
Is international tourism responsible for the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic? A cross-country analysis with a special focus on small islands pp. 493-528 Downloads
Jean-François Hoarau
Bank liquidity creation: A new global dataset for developing and emerging countries pp. 529-570 Downloads
Carmela D’Avino, Eric Girardin and Mimoza Shabani
Measuring economic impact in Korea, Japan, India, China, and ASEAN considering agricultural sectors: a dynamic CGE approach based on GAMS pp. 571-613 Downloads
Syed Shoyeb Hossain and Huang Delin
Sovereign contagion risk measure across financial markets in the eurozone: a bivariate copulas and Markov Regime Switching ARMA based approaches pp. 615-711 Downloads
Sawsen Bouker and Faysal Mansouri
Correction to: Modeling complex network patterns in international trade pp. 713-714 Downloads
Peter Herman

2022, volume 158, articles 1

Genetic distance, cultural differences, and the formation of regional trade agreements pp. 1-23 Downloads
Benedikt Heid and Wenxi Lu
Intra-African trade pp. 25-51 Downloads
William Olney
The pro-export effect of subnational migration networks: new evidence from Spanish provinces pp. 53-107 Downloads
Anna D’Ambrosio and Sandro Montresor
Commodity price pass-through along the pricing chain pp. 109-125 Downloads
Rebeca Jiménez-Rodríguez and Amalia Morales-Zumaquero
Modeling complex network patterns in international trade pp. 127-179 Downloads
Peter Herman
The breadth of preferential trade agreements and the margins of exports pp. 181-251 Downloads
Rodney Falvey and Neil Foster-McGregor
Economic preferences and trade outcomes pp. 253-304 Downloads
Alex Korff and Nico Steffen
Individual preferences on trade liberalization: evidence from a Japanese household survey pp. 305-330 Downloads
Gabriel Felbermayr and Toshihiro Okubo
Productive government expenditure and its impact on income inequality: evidence from international panel data pp. 331-364 Downloads
Stephen J. Turnovsky and Iñaki Erauskin

2021, volume 157, articles 4

Information related service trade within firms: evidence from firm-level data in Germany pp. 703-726 Downloads
Kurt Hafner and Jörn Kleinert
Do data policy restrictions inhibit trade in services? pp. 727-776 Downloads
Erik Marel and Martina Francesca Ferracane
Can international coproduction promote the performance of cultural products in the global markets? Evidence from the Chinese movie industry pp. 777-798 Downloads
Jing Yan and Feng Yu
Cultural change and the migration choice pp. 799-852 Downloads
Mauro Lanati and Alessandra Venturini
Movement of natural persons and the sieve of immigration policy: Evidence from United States pp. 853-879 Downloads
Sajitha Beevi Karayil
Is there a euro effect in the drivers of US FDI? New evidence using Bayesian model averaging techniques pp. 881-926 Downloads
Mariam Camarero, Sergi Moliner and Cecilio Tamarit
The “exorbitant privilege” and “exorbitant duty” of the United States in the international monetary system: implications for developing countries pp. 927-964 Downloads
Joerg Mayer
Interlinkages between external debt financing, credit cycles and output fluctuations in emerging market economies pp. 965-1001 Downloads
Akhilesh K. Verma and Rajeswari Sengupta
Correction to: Fiscal policy and economic growth: some evidence from China pp. 1003-1004 Downloads
Jungsuk Kim, Mengxi Wang, Donghyun Park and Cynthia Castillejos Petalcorin

2021, volume 157, articles 3

Fiscal policy and growth forecasts in the EU: are official forecasters still misestimating fiscal multipliers? pp. 453-462 Downloads
David Cronin and Kieran McQuinn
Global governance and gross capital flows dynamics pp. 463-493 Downloads
Nataliia Osina
Political constraints and currency crises in emerging markets and less developed economies pp. 495-554 Downloads
Jacob Meyer
Fiscal policy and economic growth: some evidence from China pp. 555-582 Downloads
Jungsuk Kim, Mengxi Wang, Donghyun Park and Cynthia Castillejos Petalcorin
The role of coalitions at international tariff negotiations: a CGE perspective pp. 583-601 Downloads
Florian Freund
Trade policies and growth in emerging economies: policy experiments pp. 603-629 Downloads
Seung Mo Choi, Hwagyun Kim and Xiaohan Ma
Trade agreements and international technology transfer pp. 631-665 Downloads
Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso and Santiago Chelala
Correction to: Trade agreements and international technology transfer pp. 667-667 Downloads
Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso and Santiago Chelala
On barriers to technology adoption, appropriate technology and European integration pp. 669-702 Downloads
Jean Mercenier and Ebru Voyvoda

2021, volume 157, articles 2

Exceptional performance of multinational suppliers: theory and evidence pp. 221-269 Downloads
Pham Van, Alan Woodland and Mauro Caselli
Global value chains and technology transfer: new evidence from developing countries pp. 271-294 Downloads
Davide Rigo
Customs brokers as intermediaries in international trade pp. 295-322 Downloads
Hege Medin
Tariff scheme choice pp. 323-346 Downloads
Kazunobu Hayakawa, Nuttawut Laksanapanyakul and Taiyo Yoshimi
The employment and wage effects of export VAT rebates: evidence from China pp. 347-373 Downloads
Bo Gao, Jing Ma and Zheng Wang
Income inequality and the quality of imports pp. 375-416 Downloads
Andrea Ciani
Global migration in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: the unstoppable force of demography pp. 417-449 Downloads
Thu Hien Dao, Frédéric Docquier, Mathilde Maurel and Pierre Schaus
Correction to: Two worlds apart? Export demand shocks and domestic sales pp. 451-451 Downloads
Aksel Erbahar

2021, volume 157, articles 1

BREXIT referendum’s impact on the financial markets in the UK pp. 1-19 Downloads
Nikolaos Stoupos and Apostolos Kiohos
Determinants of services trade agreement membership pp. 21-64 Downloads
Peter Egger and Anirudh Shingal
Does backward participation in global value chains affect countries’ current account position? pp. 65-86 Downloads
Antonia López-Villavicencio and Valérie Mignon
Understanding economic openness: a review of existing measures pp. 87-120 Downloads
Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller and Florian Springholz
Learning by supplying and competition threat pp. 121-148 Downloads
Yi-Fan Chen, Alireza Naghavi and Shin-Kun Peng
The effects of offshoring on wages: a meta-analysis pp. 149-179 Downloads
Matilde Cardoso, Pedro Cunha Neves, Oscar Afonso and Elena Sochirca
Trade exposure and electoral protectionism: evidence from Japanese politician-level data pp. 181-205 Downloads
Banri Ito
The geopolitics of international trade in Southeast Asia pp. 207-219 Downloads
A. Kerem Coşar and Benjamin Thomas
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