Department of Economics
403 West State Street
West Lafayette IN 47907-2056
Phone: (765) 494-4499
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Office: Krannert 405
International trade, industrial organization, international
finance, applied econometrics.
Christianity: Governance and Doctrine in the Globalization
of US Denominations Joint with Gordon Hanson.
NBER working paper 16964. Revised and resubmitted, Journal of
Wage Effects of Offshoring: Evidence from Danish Matched
Worker-Firm Data. Joint with David Hummels, Rasmus
Jorgensen, and Jakob Munch. NBER working paper 17496.
Revised and resubmitted, American Economic Review.
Cycles in U.S. Imports Data. Forthcoming,
Review of Economics and Statistics.
Transition, and Training: Evidence from Danish Matched
Worker-Firm Data. Joint with
David Hummels, Jakob R. Munch and Lars Skipper. American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings, May 2012.
Barriers and Trade Flows with Product Heterogeneity: An Application to U.S. Motion
Picture Exports", joint with Gordon Hanson,
Journal of International Economics 83, pp. 14-26, 2011.
(previously NBER Working
Data for Linguistic Distance. Data
for Religion Dissimilarity.
Import Variety and Quality: the Role of the Income
with YoChul Choi and David Hummels. Journal of International Economics,
vol. 77 (2), 265-275.
Uses and the Pattern of Specialization", joint
with Georg Schaur and Anya Savikhin. Review of International Economics,
16(2), 368-382, 2008.
Cones, Trade Costs and Factor Market Linkages".
Journal of International
Economics, Volume 71, Issue 2, April 2007, Pages
Goods and Skill Premium"
Journal of International Economics, Volume 71,
Issue 1 , 8 March 2007, Pages 133-147. The original
version is RSIE working paper #478, the University of
Goods and the Relative Demand for Skilled Labor,"
Review of Economics and Statistics, May 2005, pp. 285 -
298. The original version is RSIE working paper #479,
the University of Michigan.
List of Narrow-Definition New Goods
Home Market Effect and Bilateral Trade Patterns",
joint with Gordon H. Hanson. American Economic
September 2004, 94(4), pp 1108 - 1129. Much improved
as compared with the original
version, NBER working paper # 9076.
Sufficiency of the 'Lens Condition' for Factor Prie
Equalization in the Case of Two Factors", Journal
of International Economics, (53)2
(2001) pp. 463-474.