BOOKS AND PAPERS IN JOURNALS AND VOLUMES:
"Strategic U.S. Trade Policy:
A Survey of Issues and Early
Analysis," with Gene M. Grossman, Princeton University,
Department of Economics, International Finance Section,
Special Papers in International Economics No. 15, 1985,
also printed in abridged form as NBER Research Progress
Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts:
National Bureau of
Economic Research, 1984, abridged and reprinted in
Robert E. Baldwin and J. David Richardson, eds.,
International Trade and Finance:
Readings, Boston: Little
Brown, 1986, and in David A. Lake, ed., The International Political Economy of Trade, London: Edward Elgar, 1992.
"Empirical Research on Trade Liberalization with
Imperfect Competition: A
Survey," OECD Economic Studies,
12 (Spring 1989), pp. 7-50.
"The Political Economy of Strategic Trade
International Organization, 44 (Winter 1990), pp.
"Mini-Symposium: The Political Economy of
International Market Access, Introduction and Overview" with
Robert E. Baldwin and Douglas Nelson, The World Economy, 15
(November 1992), pp. 679-683.
Sizing Up U.S. Export Disincentives,
Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics, 1993.
"Global Trade Flows: Old Structures, New Issues,
Empirical Evidence," with Maria C. Papadakis and Richard C.
Grant, in C. Fred Bergsten and Marcus Noland, eds., Pacific
Dynamism and the International Economic System, Washington,
D.C.: Institute for International Economics, 1993, proceedings of
the 20th annual Pacific Trade and Development (PAFTAD) Conference.
Trade Policy in the 1990s: Turns -- and Roads Not Taken," in
Martin Feldstein, ed., American Economic Policy in the
1990s, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994.
Inequality and Trade: How to Think, What to
Conclude," Journal of Economic Perspectives, 9 (Summer 1995),
Why Exports Really
Matter!, with Karin Rindal, Washington, D.C.: Institute for
International Economics and The Manufacturing Institute (National
Association of Manufacturers), July 1995.
Why Exports Matter: More!,
with Karin Rindal, Washington, D.C.: Institute for International
Economics and The Manufacturing Institute (National Association of
Manufacturers), February 1996.
"Determinants and Effectiveness of `Aggressively
Unilateral' U.S. Trade Actions," with Kimberley Ann Elliott,
forthcoming in Robert C. Feenstra, ed., Effects of U.S. Trade
Protection and Promotion Policies, Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, 1997.
Competition Policies for the Global Economy,
with Edward M. Graham, Institute for International Economics
Policy Analyses in International Economics No. 51, November, 1997.
Global Competition Policy,
edited with Edward M. Graham, with introductory and concluding
chapters by the editors, Washington, D.C.: Institute for
International Economics, December 1997.
Quiet Pioneering: Robert M. Stern and His International
Economic Legacy, edited with Keith Maskus, Alan V. Deardorff, Peter
Hooper, and Edward E. Leamer, Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of
Michigan Press, 1997.
Geography and Ownership as Bases for Economic Accounting,
edited with Robert E. Baldwin and Robert E. Lipsey, forthcoming
Chicago: University of Chicago Press for the National Bureau of
Economic Research, Studies in Income and Wealth Volume 59, 1998.
“U.S. Performance and Trade Strategy in a Shifting Global
Economy,” with Armando E. Rodriguez, Chi Zhang, and Geza
Feketekuty, in Geza Feketekuty and Bruce Stokes, eds., Trade
Strategies for a New Era, New York: Council on Foreign
“The Coming Competition Policy Agenda in the WTO,” in
Jeffrey J. Schott, ed., Launching New Global Trade Talks: An
Action Agenda, Washington: Institute for International
Economics, 1998, September.
“Multilateralizing [Competition-Policy] Conventions,”
in Robert Z. Lawrence, ed., Trade Forum 1998, Washington: Brookings Institution, 1998., pp. 335-394.
“Trade Flows and Wage Premiums: Does Who or What
Matter?,” with Mary E. Lovely, National Bureau of Economic
Research Working Paper No. 6668, July 1998, forthcoming in Robert
C. Feenstra, ed., The Impact of International Trade on Wages,
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000, pp. 309-343.
“Revealing Comparative Advantage: Chaotic or Coherent
patterns Across Time and Sector and U.S. Trading Partner?,” with
Chi Zhang, forthcoming in Magnus Blomstrom and Linda Goldberg,
eds. Topics in Empirical International Economics: A Festschrift
in Honor of Robert E. Lipsey, Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 2000, pp. 195-228.
“The WTO and Market-Supportive Regulation: A Way Forward
on New Competition, Technological, and Labor Issues,” Federal
Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, 82 (July/August 2000),
Global Commitment Really Matters!, with Howard R. Lewis, October 2001, Institute
for International Economics.
“Assessing Globalization’s Critics: ‘Talkers Are No
Good Doers???’,” with Kimberly Ann Elliott and Debayani Kar,
forthcoming in Robert E. Baldwin and Alan Winters, eds.,
Challenges for Globalization, Chicago: University of Chicago
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tabular guide to globalization's critics.
“Some Measurable Costs and Benefits of Economic
Globalization for Americans,” forthcoming in John O’Loughlin, Lynn
Staehli, and Edward Greenberg, eds., Globalization and Its
Outcomes, New York: Guilford.
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