ALAN V. DEARDORFF

Curriculum Vitae

April, 2014

Career: Contacts Education Honors Employment
Affiliations Consulting Editorial Other
Publications: Books Volumes Articles Chapters
Discussions Other Reviews Web Sites
Position
    John W. Sweetland Professor of International Economics
Professor of Economics and Public Policy
Department of Economics and Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
University of Michigan

Mailing Address Date and Place of Birth
    Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy     June 6, 1944
    3314 Weill Hall     Pittsburgh, PA
    735 S. State Street
    University of Michigan
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-3091

Location and Contacts Citizenship
    458 Lorch Hall    U.S.
    611 Tappan Street
    Telephone: 734-764-6817
    Fax: 734-763-9181
    E-mail: alandear@umich.edu
    Web: www.econ.lsa.umich.edu/~alandear/

Education
    B.S., Physics, Stanford, 1966
M.A., Economics, Cornell, 1969
Ph.D., Economics, Cornell, 1971
    Dissertation: Trade and Growth in a Two-Sector World

Academic Honors and Fellowships
    NDEA Fellowship, 1966-68
Lehman Fellowship, 1968-70
Phi Kappa Phi

Employment Experience
    Teaching Assistant, Cornell, 1968-69
Lecturer, Michigan, Fall term, 1970
Assistant Professor, Michigan, January 1971 to June 1975
Associate Professor, Michigan, July 1975 to July 1980
Associate Chair, Department of Economics, Michigan, 1978-81, 1997-98
Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Economics, Michigan, 1990-91, 1996-97
Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Michigan, July 1980 to present
Chair, Department of Economics, Michigan, 1991-95
John W. Sweetland Professor of International Economics, 1997-present
Associate Dean, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, 2007-2015

Affiliations
   

Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network on Trade (ARTNeT), United National Economics and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Permanent Advisor for Research, 2005 to present

Kiel Institute for World Economics, International Research Fellow, 2002 to present

Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy, University of Nottingham, External Fellow, 2003 to present

National Bureau of Economic Research, member of Board of Directors, 2011 to present

Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, Member of the Academic Committee of Institute of International Business, 2009 to present

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Member, Group of Eminent Persons on Non-tariff Barriers, 2006 to present

VRCenter DEGIT, Kiel Institute for World Economics, Member of Academic Council, 2005 to present

William Davidson Institute, University of Michigan, Faculty Associate, 2003 to present

World Economic Forum, Member of Global Agenda Council on Trade Facilitation, 2008-9; Member of Global Risk Network, 2009 to present

Consulting and Contractual Research
   

Asian Development Bank, 2000

Better Work Jordan, 2011

Canadian International Trade Tribunal, 1989

Economic Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean, 1993

Economic Council of Canada, 1987-89

Industry Canada, 2008

Ministry of International Cooperation and Foreign Investment, Government of Tunisia, 1994-95

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden, 2001

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 1996, 2002-3, 2010-11

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), 1984, 86

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), 1995-96, 1997-98

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, 1985-86

U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, 1980-89

U.S. Department of Labor, Division of Foreign Economic Research, 1993-94

U.S. Department of State, Office of External Research, 1978-80

U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of the Assistant Secretary for International Affairs, 1975-77

U.S. International Trade Commission, 2003

U.S. National Commission on Employment Policy, 1991-92

U.S. Senate, Committee on Finance, 1978-79

U.S. Trade Representative, 1981-82

World Bank, 1983, 1990, 1993, 1994-95, 1998-2000, 2002-3

Editorial Positions
   

Foreign Trade Review, Advisory Editorial Board, 2012 to present

International Economic Journal, Advisory Editorial Board, 2005 to present

International Review of Economics and Finance , Editorial Board, 2006 to present

International Trade Journal, Editorial Board, 1985 to 2001

Journal of East Asian Economic Integration, Advisory Board, 2012 to present

Journal of Economic Integration, Editorial Board, 2001 to present

Journal of International Economic Law, Editorial Board, 1998 to present

Journal of International Economics, Co-Editor, 1984 to 1986, Associate Editor, 1981 to 1983, 1987 to 2000

Journal of International Relations, Editorial Board, 2013 to present

North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Board of Editors, 2000 to 2003

Review of International Economics, Editorial Board, 1994-99

Studies in International Economics, The University of Michigan Press, Editorial Board, 1989 to 2003

The World Economy, Editorial Advisory Board, 2000 to present

World Scientific Studies in International Economics, World Scientific Publishers, Editorial Board, 2006 to present

Trade Policy Research Centre, Editorial Board, 1993 to 2000

Other Professional Activities
   

President Elect, Midwest Economics Association, March 2014-March 2015.

Visiting Scholar, Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University, Sept.-Nov., 1977, Sept.-Nov. 2002

Lecturer to a 20-hour course on Non-Tariff Measures for the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1991

Faculty Participant, Sloan Graduate Institute in International Economics, University of Western Ontario, 1988

Lecturer, Advanced Studies Program, Kiel Institute of World Economics, Kiel, West Germany, 1987

Guest lecturer at the Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State, 1984

Member of Academic Panel, Group of Thirty, 1978-80

Participant in U.S. Government Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Program in Indonesia, Malaysia and Australia, November 1979

 
PUBLICATIONS

Books and Monographs - Authored

5.

Terms of Trade: Glossary of International Economics, Singapore: World Scientific Publishers, 2006; second edition (expanded 50%) 2014.

4.

Measurement of Nontariff Barriers, with Robert M. Stern, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1998.

3.

The Impact of Trade and Domestic Policy Reforms In India: A CGE Modeling Approach, with Rajesh Chadha, Sanjib Pohit, and Robert M. Stern, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1998.

2.

Computational Analysis of Global Trading Arrangements, with Robert M. Stern, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1990.

1.

The Michigan Model of World Production and Trade: Theory and Applications, with Robert M. Stern, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1986.

 
Books and Monographs - Edited

6.

The Past, Present and Future of the European Union, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

5.

Social Dimensions of U.S. Trade Policies, with Robert M. Stern, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 2000.

4.

Constituent Interests and U.S. Trade Policies, with Robert M. Stern, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1998.

3.

New Directions in Trade Theory, with James A. Levinsohn and Robert M. Stern, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1995.

2.

Analytical and Negotiating Issues in the Global Trading System, with Robert M. Stern, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1994.

1.

The Stolper-Samuelson Theorem: A Golden Jubilee, with Robert M. Stern, with the assistance of Sundari Baru, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1994.

 
Journal Articles

      Forthcoming

 
      Published

92.

“Local Comparative Advantage: Trade Costs and the Pattern of Trade,International Journal of Economic Theory 10(1), March 2014, pp. 9-35.

91.

“ Growth or Decline of Comparative Advantage,Journal of Macroeconomics 38, December 2013, pp. 12-18.

90.

“Post-Doha Trade Policy Options for a Small Country,Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research , 5 (1), February, 2011, pp. 117-138.

89.

“A Story of Trade-Induced Industrialization,” with Jee-Hyeong Park, International Economic Journal , 24(3), September 2010, pp. 283-296.

88.

“Economic Effects of 'Leveling the Playing Field' in International Trade,Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 19(1), March 2010, pp. 9-32.

87.

“Alternatives to the Doha Round,” with Robert M. Stern, Journal of Policy Modeling, 31(4), July-August 2009, pp.526-539.

86.

“Buyer Concentration in Markets for Developing Country Exports,” with Indira Rajaraman, Review of Development Economics, 13(2), May 2009, pp. 190-199.

85.

“Specialization, Fragmentation, and Factor Intensities: Evidence from Chilean Plant-Level Data,” with Chul Chung, Journal of Developing Areas, 41(2), Spring 2008, pp. 91-109.

84.

“Globalization’s Bystanders: Does Trade Liberalization Hurt Countries that Do Not Participate?” with Robert M. Stern, World Development 34, August 2006, pp. 1419-1429; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

83.

“Issues of Manufactures Liberalization and Administered Protection in the Doha Round,” with Robert M. Stern, Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics 13, June 2006, pp. 51-58; previously published online in Global Economy Journal 5, 2005; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009.

82.

“Lobbying as Legislative Subsidy,” with Richard L. Hall, American Political Science Review 100, February 2006, pp. 69-84, selected for the Jack L. Walker Outstanding Article Award by the Political Organizations and Parties section of the American Political Science Association, May 2007.

81.

“How Robust Is Comparative Advantage?,Review of International Economics 13, November 2005, pp. 1004-1016. Working Paper

80.

“Trade and Location: A Moving Example Motivated by Japan,Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 19, 2005, pp. 169-193. Working Paper

79.

“A Trade Theorist’s Take on Skilled Labor Outsourcing,International Review of Economics and Finance 14, 2005, pp. 259-271. Working Paper

78.

“Ricardian Comparative Advantage with Intermediate Inputs,North American Journal of Economics and Finance 16, March 2005, pp. 11-34. Working Paper

77.

“Multilateral, Regional and Bilateral Trade-Policy Options for the United States and Japan” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern The World Economy 26, June 2003, pp. 808-828. Working Paper

76.

“What Might Globalization's Critics Believe?” The World Economy Annual Lecture, Leverhulme Center, University of Nottingham, December 5, 2002, published in The World Economy 26, May 2003, pp. 639-58. Working Paper

75.

“What You Should Know about Globalization and the World Trade Organization,” with Robert M. Stern, Review of International Economics 10, August 2002, pp. 404-423; reprinted in Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, eds., The WTO and Labor and Employment Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2007; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

74.

“Developing Country Growth and Developed Country Response,Journal of International Trade and Economic Development 10, December 2001, pp. 373-392. Working Paper

73.

“Does Growth Encourage Factor Price Equalization?Review of Development Economics 5, June 2001, pp. 169-18. Working Paper

72.

“Fragmentation in Simple Trade Models,North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 12, July 2001, pp. 121-137. Working Paper

71.

“International Provision of Trade Services, Trade, and Fragmentation,Review of International Economics 9, May 2001, pp. 233-248. Working Paper

70.

“Rich and Poor Countries in Neoclassical Trade and Growth,Economic Journal 111, April 2001, pp. 277-294. Working Paper

69.

“Trade and Welfare Implications of Networks,Journal of Economic Integration 16, December 2001, pp. 485-499. Draft

68.

“Factor Prices and the Factor Content of Trade Revisited: What’s the Use? Journal of International Economics 50(1), February 2000, pp. 73-90. Working Paper

67.

“Computational Analysis of the Accession of Chile to the NAFTA and Western Hemisphere Integration,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, The World Economy 23(2), February 2000, pp. 145-174. Working Paper

66.

“Knowledge Transfer under Subcontracting: Evidence from Czech Firms, ” with Simeon Djankov, World Development 28(10), 2000, pp. 1837-1847. Working Paper

65.

“Patterns of Trade and Growth across Cones,De Economist 148, June 2000, pp. 141-166. Working Paper

64.

“Policy Implications of the Trade and Wages Debate,Review of International Economics 8(3), August 2000, pp. 478-496; also in E. Kwan Choi and David Greenaway, eds., Globalization and Labor Markets, Oxford: Blackwell, 2001, pp. 106-124. Working Paper

63.

“Trade and Factor-Market Effects of New Zealand's Reforms,” with Ralph Lattimore, New Zealand Economic Papers 33, 1999, pp. 71-91.

62.

“Diverging Populations and Endogenous Growth in a Model of Meaningless Trade,Review of International Economics 7, August 1999, pp. 359-377. Working Paper

61.

“Remarks on John H. Jackson for a Celebratory Dinner at the University of Michigan Law School, Feb 25, 1998,Michigan Journal of International Law 20(2), Winter 1999, pp. 103-105.

60.

“Analysis of India’s Policy Reforms,” with Rajesh Chadha, Sanjib Pohit, and Robert M. Stern, The World Economy, March 1998. Working Paper

59.

“Technology, Trade, and Increasing Inequality: Does the Cause Matter for the Cure?Journal of International Economic Law, September 1998, pp. 353-376. Working Paper

58.

“Trade and Labor Standards,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, Open Economies Review 9, April 1998, pp. 171-194. Working Paper

57.

“Computational Analysis of the Economic Effects of an East Asian Preferential Trading Bloc,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 10, March 1996, pp. 37-70. via Science Direct

56.

“International Externalities in the Use of Pollution Policies,International Review of Law and Economics 16, March 1996, pp. 53-59. Working Paper

55.

“Modelling Multilateral Trade Liberalization in Services,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, Asia-Pacific Economic Review, April 1996. Working Paper

54.

“Expanding NAFTA: Economic Effects of Accession of Chile and Other Major South American Nations,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, North American Journal of Economics and Finance 6, Fall 1995, pp. 149-170; reprinted in Sven W. Arndt, ed., Whither NAFTA? A Lowe Institute Policy Study, Claremont, CA: Claremont McKenna College, April 1997; Spanish translation in Cuadernos Economicos de ICE, No. 59, 1995/1:33-55. via Science Direct

53.

“The Appropriate Extent of Intellectual Property Rights in Art,Journal of Cultural Economics, 19(2), 1995, pp. 119-130.

52.

“The Effects of U.S. Trade Laws on Poverty in America,” with Jon D. Haveman, Journal of Human Resources 30, Fall 1995, pp. 807-825. via JSTOR

51.

“Exploring the Limits of Comparative Advantage,Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 130, 1994, pp. 1-19.

50.

“Growth and International Investment with Diverging Populations,Oxford Economic Papers 46, July 1994, pp. 477-491. via JSTOR

49.

“The Possibility of Factor Price Equalization, Revisited,Journal of International Economics 36, February 1994, pp. 167-175; reprinted in Rodney E. Falvey and Udo Kreickemeier, eds., Recent Developments in International Trade Theory, London: Edward Elgar, 2004. via ScienceDirect

48.

“Third Country Effects of a Discriminatory Tariff,The World Economy 17, January 1994, pp. 75-86.

47.

“Amenities, Nontraded Goods, and the Trade of Lumpy Countries,” with Paul N. Courant, Journal of Urban Economics 34, 1993, pp. 299-317. via ScienceDirect

46.

“Sectoral Effects of Reductions in NATO Military Expenditures in the Major Industrialized and Developing Countries,” with Jon D. Haveman and Robert M. Stern, Open Economies Review 4, July 1993, pp. 247-268.

45.

“A North American Free Trade Agreement: Analytical Issues and a Computational Assessment,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, The World Economy, January 1992, pp. 11-29; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009.

44.

“International Trade with Lumpy Countries,” with Paul N. Courant, Journal of Political Economy 100, February 1992, pp. 198-210. via JSTOR

43.

“North American Integration,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, Economic Journal 102, November 1992, pp. 1507-1518. via JSTOR

42.

“Some Economic Effects of Unilateral and Multilateral Reductions in Military Expenditures in the Major Industrialized and Developing Countries,” with Jon D. Haveman and Robert M. Stern, Conflict Management and Peace Science 12, 1992, pp. 47-78; reprinted in James E. Payne and Anandi P. Sahu, eds., Defense Spending and Economic Growth, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993, pp. 151-185.

41.

“Welfare Effects of Global Patent Protection,Economica 59, February 1992, pp. 35-51; reprinted in Kym Anderson and Bernard Hoekman, eds., The Global Trading System, New York: I.B. Tauris, 2002. via JSTOR

40.

“Effects of Smuggling Under African Conditions: A Factual, Institutional and Analytic Discussion,” with Wolfgang F. Stolper, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 126, 1990, pp. 116-141.

39.

“On the Likelihood of Factor Price Equalization with Nontraded Goods,” with Paul N. Courant, International Economic Review 31, August 1990, pp. 589-596. via JSTOR

38.

“Should Patent Protection Be Extended to All Developing Countries?The World Economy 13, December 1990, pp. 497-507; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, ed., The Multilateral Trading System: Analysis and Options for Change, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1993; reprinted in Robert Howse, ed., The World Trading System, Routledge Press.

37.

“The Economic Effects of International Trade in Armaments in the Major Western Industrialized and Developing Countries,” with Lisa M. Grobar and Robert M. Stern, Defense Economics 1, 1990, pp. 97-120.

36.

“Estimates of the Elasticities of Substitution Between Imports and Home Goods for the United States: Reply,” with Clinton R. Shiells and Robert M. Stern, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv,125, 1989, pp. 371-374.

35.

“An Interpretation of the Factor Content of Trade,” with Robert W. Staiger, Journal of International Economics 24, February 1988, pp. 93-107; reprinted in David Greenaway and Douglas R. Nelson, Globalization and Labour Markets, Edward Elgar, 2001. via ScienceDirect

34.

“The Effects of Protection on the Factor Content of Japanese and American Foreign Trade,” with Robert W. Staiger and Robert M. Stern, Review of Economics and Statistics 70, August 1988, pp. 475-483. via JSTOR

33.

“The Impact of Tariffs on Profits in the United States and Other Major Trading Countries,” with Filip Abraham and Robert M. Stern, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 124, 1988, pp. 623-634.

32.

“An Evaluation of Factor Endowments and Protection as Determinants of Japanese and American Foreign Trade,” with Robert W. Staiger and Robert M. Stern, Canadian Journal of Economics 20, August 1987. via JSTOR

31.

“Tariffs and Defensive Responses: A Computational Analysis,” with Robert M. Stern, International Economic Journal, Summer 1987, pp. 1-23; first published in Spanish in Revista de Economia: Informacion Comerical Espanola, No. 640, December 1986.

30.

“The Economic Consequences of an Import Surcharge: Theory and Empirical Evidence for the U.S. Economy,” with Robert M. Stern and Filip Abraham, Journal of Policy Modeling, Summer 1987.

29.

“Why Do Governments Prefer Nontariff Barriers?Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 26, Spring 1987, pp. 191-216.

28.

“Estimates of the Elasticities of Substitution between Imports and Home Goods for the United States,” with C.R. Shiells and R.M. Stern, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 122, 1986, pp. 497-519.

27.

“FIRless FIRwoes: How Preferences Can Interfere with the Theorems of International Trade,Journal of International Economics 20, February 1986, pp. 131-142. via ScienceDirect

26.

“Neighborhood Effects of Developing Country Protection,” with Robert M. Stern, Journal of Development Economics 21, 1986, pp. 327-346.

25.

“Input-Output Technologies and the Effects of Tariff Reductions,” with Robert M. Stern, Journal of Policy Modeling 7, Summer 1985, pp. 253-279.

24.

“The Structure of Tariff Protection: Effects of Foreign Tariffs and Existing NTBs,” with Robert M. Stern, Review of Economics and Statistics 67, November 1985, pp. 539-548; reprinted in Hans Singer, Neelamber Hatti, and Rameshwar Tandon, eds., New Protectionism and Restructuring, Part I, New Delhi: Ashish Publishing House, 1988, pp. 239-259. via JSTOR

23.

“An Exposition and Exploration of Krueger's Trade Model,Canadian Journal of Economics 17, November 1984, pp. 731-46. via JSTOR

22.

“Economic Effects of the Tokyo Round,” with Robert M. Stern, Southern Economic Journal 49, January 1983, pp. 605-24; reprinted in Portfolio: International Economic Perspectives 10(2), 1984. via JSTOR

21.

“The General Validity of the Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem,American Economic Review 72, September 1982, pp. 683-94. via JSTOR

20.

“The Role of Exchange Rates in the Michigan Computational Model of World Production and Trade,” with Robert M. Stern, Tijdschrift voor Economie en Management 27(4), 1982, pp. 381-415.

19.

“A Disaggregated Model of World Production and Trade: An Estimate of the Impact of the Tokyo Round,” with Robert M. Stern, Journal of Policy Modeling 3, May 1981, pp. 127-52. via ScienceDirect

18.

“Keynesian Balance of Payments Models: Comment,American Economic Review 71, September 1981, pp. 774-77. via JSTOR

17.

“The Correlation Between Price and Output Changes When There Are Many Goods,Journal of International Economics 10, August 1980, pp. 441-43. via ScienceDirect

16.

“The General Validity of the Law of Comparative Advantage,Journal of Political Economy 88, October 1980, pp. 941-57; reprinted in J. Peter Neary, ed., International Trade, Edward Elgar Publishing Co., 1995; reprinted in Edward Leamer, ed., International Economics, Worth Publishers, 2001. via JSTOR

15.

“One-Way Arbitrage and Its Implications for the Foreign Exchange Market,Journal of Political Economy 87, April 1979, pp. 351-64. via JSTOR

14.

“Weak Links in the Chain of Comparative Advantage,Journal of International Economics 9, May 1979, pp. 197-209; reprinted in Jagdish N. Bhagwati, ed., International Trade: Selected Readings, M.I.T. Press, 1981, and 2nd ed., 1987. via ScienceDirect

13.

“What Have We Learned from Linked Econometric Models: A Comparison of Fiscal Policy Simulations,” with Robert M. Stern, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review 32, December 1979, pp. 415-32.

12.

“Accumulation and a Long-Run Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem,” with James E. Hanson, Economic Inquiry 16, April 1978, pp. 288-92.

11.

“Modeling the Effects of Foreign Prices on Domestic Price Determination: Some Evidence and Implications for Theoretical Analysis,” with Robert M. Stern, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro, Quarterly Review 31, December 1978, pp. 333-53.

10.

“The Terms-of-Trade Effect on Expenditure: Some Evidence from Econometric Models,” with Robert M. Stern, Journal of International Economics 8, August 1978, pp. 409-14. via ScienceDirect

9.

“A Framework for Analysis in International Macroeconomics,Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, 113(2), 1977, pp. 209-36.

8.

“Compensation of Cooperating Factors,” with Frank P. Stafford, Econometrica 44, July 1976, pp. 671-84. via JSTOR

7.

“The Optimum Growth Rate for Population: Comment,International Economic Review 17, June 1976, pp. 510-15. via JSTOR

6.

“A Geometry of Growth and Trade,Canadian Journal of Economics 7, May 1974, pp. 295-306. via JSTOR

5.

“Factor Proportions and Comparative Advantage in the Long Run: Comment,Journal of Political Economy 82, July/August 1974, pp. 829-33. via JSTOR

4.

“Trade Reversals and Growth Stability,Journal of International Economics 4, April 1974, pp. 83-90. via ScienceDirect

3.

“The Gains from Trade In and Out of Steady-State Growth,Oxford Economic Papers 25, July 1973, pp. 173-91.

via JSTOR

2.

“Growth Paths in the Solow Neoclassical Growth Model,Quarterly Journal of Economics 84, February 1970, pp. 134-39.

via JSTOR

1.

“The Dynamics of Keynesian Disequilibrium,American Economist 14, Spring 1970, pp. 22-32.

 
Chapters in Edited Volumes

 
      Published

88.

“Labor Standards and Human Rights: Implications for International Trade and Investment,” with Drusilla Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Zdenek Drabek and Petros C. Mavroidis, (eds.), Regulations of Foreign Investment: Challenges to International Harmonization, World Scientific, 2013, pp. 153-195.

87.

“A Trade Theory Explanation of Global Imbalances,” in Simon J. Evenett, Mia Mikic, and Ravi Ratnayake Trade-led Growth: A Sound Strategy for Asia, New York: Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, 2011, pp. 3-6.

86.

“Comparative Advantage: The Theory Behind Measurement,” in Globalisation, Comparative Advantage and the Changing Dynamics of Trade, OECD, 2011, pp. 27-39.

85.

“The Lerner Diagram,” in Mark Blaug and Peter Lloyd (eds.), Famous Figures and Diagrams in Economics, Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2010, pp. 305-310.

84.

“Designing a Pro-Active Stance for India in the Doha Development Agenda Negotiations,” with Robert M. Stern, in Alokesh Barua and Robert M. Stern (eds.), The WTO and India: Issues and Negotiating Strategies, Orient Blackswan Private Limited, New Delhi, 2010, pp. 88-105. Working Paper

83.

“A Trade Theorist’s Take on Global Imbalance,” in Simon J. Evenett (ed.), The US-Sino Currency Dispute: New Insights from Economics, Politics and Law, Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, UK: A VoxEU.org Publication, 2010, pp. 43-46. Online

82.

“Ricardian Model,” in Kenneth A. Reinert and Ramkishen S. Rajan (eds.), The Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2009.

81.

“Some Reflections on Nurkse’s ’Patterns of Trade and Development’,” with Robert M. Stern, in Rainer Kattel, Jan A. Kregel, and Erik S. Reinert, eds., Ragnar Nurkse (1907-2007): Classical Development Economics and its Relevance for Today, New York: Anthem Press, 2009, pp. 283-296. Working Paper

80.

“Perspective Paper 8.1,” Alternative Perspective on Kym Anderson and L. Alan Winters, “The Challenge of Reducing International Trade and Migration Barriers,” prepared for Copenhagen Consensus 2008, in Bjørn Lomborg, ed., Global Crises, Global Solutions, Cambridge, 2009, pp. 504-510.

79.

“Who Makes the Rules of Globalization?” prepared for a Globalization Workshop at the CESifo Venice Summer Institute, 2004, included in Elias Dinopoulos, Pravin Krishna, Arvind Panagariya, and Kar-yiu Wong, eds., Trade Globalization, and Poverty, Routledge, 2008, pp. 173-186. Working Paper

78.

“Empirical Analysis of Barriers to International Services Transactions and the Consequences of Liberalization,” with Robert M. Stern, in Aaditya Mattoo, Robert M. Stern, and Gianni Zanini, eds., A Handbook of International Trade in Services, Oxford University Press and the World Bank, 2008, pp. 169-220; adapted for publication in Philippa Dee and Michael Ferrantino, eds., Quantitative Methods for Assessing the Effects of Non-Tariff Measures and Trade Facilitation, Singapore: APEC Secretariat and World Scientific Publishing, 2005, pp. 549-609; also adapted for inclusion in Bryson, John R. and Peter W. Daniels, eds., The Handbook of Service Industries, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 227-257; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

77.

“Gains from Trade and Fragmentation,” in Steven Brakman and Harry Garretsen, eds., Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Enterprise CESifo Seminar Series, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2008, pp. 155-169.

76.

“Reviving the Doha Round: The Agenda for the Developing Countries,” with Robert M. Stern and John Whalley, in Bruce Blonigen, ed., Monitoring International Trade Policy: A New Agenda for Reviving the Doha Round, Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London: Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2008; reprinted in Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Emerging Trade Issues for Policymakers in Developing Countries in Asia and the Pacific, Studies in Trade and Investment 64, United Nationa ESCAP, 2008, pp. 239-255.

75.

“Trade Policy Options for Korea Outside the Doha Round,” in MoonJoong Tcha, ed., The Korean Economy in the Era of Globalization 2007 KDI International Conference, Korea Development Institute, 2007, pp. 3-18.

74.

“The Importance of the Cost and Time of Transport for International Trade,” in Time and Transport: Report of the One Hundred and Twenty Seventh Round Table on Transport Economics European Conference of Ministers of Transport, 2005, pp. 5-24.

73.

“A Centennial of Anti-dumping Legislation and Implementation: Introduction and Overview,” with Robert M. Stern, in special issue, Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., The World Economy28(5), May 2005, pp. 633-640. Working Paper

72.

“Enhancing the Benefits for India and Other Developing Countries in the Doha Development Agenda Negotiations,” with Robert M. Stern, prepared for the conference, “The WTO and India: Issues and Negotiating Strategies,” Cotton College, Guwahati (Assam), India, August 11-12, 2004, published in a volume of the conference proceedings. Working Paper

71.

“The Effects of Multinational Production on Wages and Working Conditions in Developing Countries,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Robert E. Baldwin and L. Alan Winters, eds., Challenges to Globalization: Analyzing the Economics, National Bureau of Economic Research, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004, pp. 279-326; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

70.

“EU Expansion and EU Growth,” with Robert M. Stern, in Alan V. Deardorff, ed., The Past, Present and Future of the European Union, IEA Conference Volume No. 138, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, pp. 74-102. Working Paper

69.

“Introduction” to Alan V. Deardorff, ed., The Past, Present and Future of the European Union, IEA Conference Volume No. 138, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, pp. 1-5.

68.

“Pros and Cons of Linking Trade and Labor Standards,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Douglas Nelson, ed., The Political Economy of Policy Reform: Essays in Honor of J. Michael Finger, New York: Elsevier, 2004; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

67.

“Time and Trade: The Role of Time in Determining the Structure and Effects of International Trade, with an Application to Japan,” in Robert M. Stern, ed., Japan’s Economic Recovery: Commerdial Policy, Monetary Policy, and Corporate Governance, Cheltenham, U.K. and Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Inc., 2003, pp. 63-76.

66.

“Child Labor: Theory, Evidence, and Policy,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Kaushik Basu, Henrik Horn, Lisa Roman, and Judith Shapiro, eds., International Labor Standards: History, Theories and Policy Options, London: Blackwell Publishers, 2003. Working Paper

65.

“Computational Analysis of the Impact on India of the Uruguay Round and the Doha Development Agenda Negotiations,” with Rajesh Chadha, Drusilla K. Brown, and Robert M. Stern, in Aaditya Mattoo and Robert M. Stern, eds., India and the WTO, Washington, D.C.: World Bank and Oxford University Press, 2003, pp. 13-46; reprinted in in Patrick Macrory, Arthur Appleton, and Michael G. Plummer, eds., Kluwer Handbook to the World Trade Organization, New York: Kluwer, forthcoming. Working Paper

64.

“Impacts on NAFTA Members of Multilateral and Regional Trading Arrangements and Tariff Harmonization,” with Drusilla K. Brown, and Robert M. Stern, in Richard G. Harris, ed., North American Linkages: Opportunities and Challenges for Canada, Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2003, pp. 359-390. Working Paper

63.

“Michigan’s Stake in International Trade and Investment,” in Charles L. Ballard, Paul N. Courant, Douglas C. Drake, Ronald C. Fisher, and Elisabeth R. Gerber, eds., Michigan at the Millennium: A Benchmark and Analysis of Its Fiscal and Economic Structure, East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2003, pp. 101-116. Working Paper

62.

“CGE Modeling and Analysis of Multilateral and Regional Negotiating Options,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Robert M. Stern, ed., Issues and Options for U.S.-Japan Trade Policies, University of Michigan Press, 2002, pp. 23-65. Working Paper

61.

“Tariffication in Services,” in Robert M. Stern, ed., Issues and Options for U.S.-Japan Trade Policies, University of Michigan Press, 2002, pp. 107-121. Working Paper

60.

“Financial Crisis, Trade, and Fragmentation,” in Leonard K. Cheng and Henryk Kierzkowski, eds., Global Production and Trade in East Asia, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001. Working Paper

59.

“Forecasting U.S. Trade in Services,” with Saul H. Hymans, Robert M. Stern, and Chong Xiang, in Robert M. Stern, ed., Services in the International Economy: Measurement and Modeling, Sector and Country Studies, and Issues in the WTO Services Negotiations, University of Michigan Press, 2001, pp. 53-81. Working Paper

58.

“Fragmentation across Cones,” in SvenW. Arndt and Henryk Kierzkowski, eds., Fragmentation: New Production Patterns in the World Economy, Oxford University Press, 2001, pp. 35-51. Working Paper

57.

“Market Access for Developing Countries,” in R. B. Porter, P. Sauvé, A. Subramanian, and A. B. Zampetti, eds., Efficiency, Equity and Legitimacy: The Multilateral Trading System at the Millennium, Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2001, pp. 159-173. Working Paper

56.

“U.S. Trade and Other Policy Options and Programs to Deter Foreign Exploitation of Child Labor,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Magnus Blomström and Linda S. Goldberg, eds., Topics in Empirical International Economics: A Festschrift in Honor of Robert E. Lipsey, National Bureau of Economic Research, University of Chicago Press, 2001, pp. 233-257; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

55.

“The Economics of Government Market Intervention and Its International Dimension,” in Marco Bronckers and Reinhard Quick, eds., New Directions in International Trade Law: Essays in Honor of John H. Jackson, Kluwer, 2000, pp. 71-84. Working Paper

54.

“Congestion and Taxation in Lumpy Countries,” with David L. Hummels and Paul N. Courant, in Panagariya, Arvind, Paul R. Portney, and Robert M. Schwab, eds., Environmental and public economics: Essays in honor of Wallace E. Oates, Northampton, MA: Elgar, 1999, pp. 169-88.

53.

“International Externalities in the Use of Domestic Policies for Income Redistribution,” in Mordechai E. Kreinin, Michael G. Plummer, and Shigeyuki Abe, eds., Asia-Pacific Economic Linkages, Amsterdam: Pergamon, 1999. Working Paper

52.

“An Overview of the Modeling of the Choices and Consequences of U.S. Trade Policies,” with Robert M. Stern, in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., Representation of Constituent Interests in the Design and Implementation of U.S. Trade Policies, The University of Michigan Press, 1998; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

51.

“Determinants of Bilateral Trade: Does Gravity Work in a Neoclassical World?” in Jeffrey A. Frankel, ed., The Regionalization of the World Economy, University of Chicago Press, 1998, pp. 7-28. Working Paper

50.

“Introduction,” with Robert M. Stern, in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., Representation of Constituent Interests in the Design and Implementation of U.S. Trade Policies, The University of Michigan Press, 1998. Working Paper

49.

“Issues of Environmental and Labor Standards in the Global Trading System,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Stanley W. Black ed., Globalization, Technological Change, and Labor Markets, Kluwer Academic Press, 1998, pp. 235-276. Working Paper

48.

“Economic Effects of an East Asian Regional Trading Bloc,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Gavin Boyd and Alan M. Rugman, eds., Euro-Pacific Investment and Trade: Strategies and Structural Interdependencies, Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd., 1997.

47.

“International Conflict and Coordination in Environmental Policies,” in Jagdeep S. Bhandari and Alan O. Sykes, eds., Economic Dimensions in International Law: Comparative and Empirical Perspectives, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp. 248-274.

46.

“Some Economic Effects of the Free Trade Agreement Between Tunisia and the European Union,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Ahmed Galal and Bernard Hoekman, eds., Regional Partners in Global Markets: Limits and Possibilities of the Euro-Med Agreements, London/Cairo: Center for Economic Policy Research and Egyptian Center for Economic Studies, 1997; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Working Paper

45.

“An Economic Assessment of the Integration of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Poland into the European Union,” with Drusilla K. Brown, Simeon D. Djankov, and Robert M. Stern, in Stanley W. Black, ed., Europe's Economy Looks East: Implications for Germany and the European Union, Cambridge University Press, 1997. Working Paper

44.

“An Economist’s Overview of the World Trade Organization,” in Korea Economic Institute, The Emerging WTO System and Perspectives from East Asia, Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies Vol 7, 1997; reprinted in Kym Anderson and Bernard Hoekman, eds., The Global Trading System, New York: I.B. Tauris, 2002. Working Paper

43.

“The Benefits and Costs of Following Comparative Advantage,” the Sweetland Inaugural Lecture, in Department of Economics, The Economic Outlook for 1998, Forty-Fifth Annual Conference on the Economic Outlook, Ann Arbor, MI, 1997. Working Paper

42.

“International Labor Standards and Trade: A Theoretical Analysis,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Jagdish N. Bhagwati and Robert E. Hudec, eds., Fair Trade and Harmonization: Prerequisites for Free Trade?, MIT Press, 1996, pp. 227-280; reprinted in Kym Anderson and Bernard Hoekman, eds., The Global Trading System, New York: I.B. Tauris, 2002; reprinted in Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, eds., The WTO and Labor and Employment Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2007. Post-Print

41.

“The Effects of Trade Liberalization on the Members of a Trading Bloc: A Lumpy Country Analysis,” in Matthew Canzoneri, Wilfred Ethier, and Vittorio Grilli, eds., The New Transatlantic Economy, Centre for Economic Policy Research, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

40.

“The Liberalization of Services Trade: Potential Impacts in the Aftermath of the Uruguay Round,” with Drusilla K. Brown, Alan K. Fox, and Robert M. Stern, in Will Martin and L. Alan Winters, eds., The Uruguay Round and the Developing Countries, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Working Paper

39.

“The Prospects for Economic Development in the Middle East After the Peace,” in International Development Center of Japan, The Prospects for Economic and Industrial Development in the Middle East: Appendix, 1996; also to appear in Arabic in Center for Political and Strategic Studies, International Economy. Draft

38.

“Estimates of a North American Free Trade Agreement,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in Patrick J. Kehoe and Timothy J. Kehoe, eds., Modeling North American Economic Integration, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995.

37.

“Introduction and Overview,” with James A. Levinsohn and Robert M. Stern, in Alan V. Deardorff, James A. Levinsohn, and Robert M. Stern, eds., New Directions in Trade Theory, University of Michigan Press, 1995, pp. 1-16.

36.

“Economic Effects of Quota and Tariff Reductions,” in Susan M. Collins and Barry P. Bosworth, eds., The New GATT: Implications for the United States, Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 1994, 7-39.

35.

“Introduction and Overview,” with Robert M. Stern, in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., Analytical and Negotiating Issues in the Global Trading System, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press (1994), pp. 1-23.

34.

“Introduction,” with Robert M. Stern, in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds. The Stolper-Samuelson Theorem: A Golden Jubilee, University of Michigan Press, 1994, pp. 3-6.

33.

“Market Access,” in OECD, The New World Trading System: Readings, Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, 1994, pp. 57-63.

32.

“Multilateral Trade Negotiations and Preferential Trading Arrangements,” with Robert M. Stern, in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds. Analytical and Negotiating Issues in the Global Trading System, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press (1994), pp. 27-85; portion reprinted in Jagdish Bhagwati, Pravin Krishna, and Arvind Panagariya, eds., Trading Blocs: Alternative Approaches to Analyzing Preferential Trade Agreements, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999, pp. 405-426; reprinted in Carsten Kowalczyk, ed., Economic Integration and International Trade, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1999; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009. Post-Print

31.

“Overview of the Stolper-Samuelson Theorem,” in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds. The Stolper-Samuelson Theorem: A Golden Jubilee, University of Michigan Press, 1994, pp. 7-34.

30.

“Trade and Wages--What Are the Questions?” with Dalia Hakura, in Jagdish Bhagwati and Marvin H. Kosters, eds., Trade and Wages: Leveling Wages Down?, Washington, D.C.: The AEI Press, 1994, pp. 76-107.

29.

“Directions of Lumpy Country Trade,” in W. Ethier, E. Helpman, and P. Neary, eds., Theory, Policy and Dynamics in International Trade, Cambridge, U.K: Cambridge University Press, 1993, pp. 55-72.

28.

“The Industrial and Regional Employment Effects of the NAFTA,” with Robert M. Stern, in The Economic Outlook for 1994: Papers Presented to the Economic and Social Outlook Conference, 1993.

27.

“Competitiveness,” in DRI/McGraw-Hill, Global Competitiveness, Volume III: Workshop Proceedings, December 9, 1992.

26.

“Computational Analysis of the Sectoral Effects on U.S. Trade and Employment of Unilateral and Multilateral Reductions in Military Expenditures,” with Jon D. Haveman and Robert M. Stern, in F. Gerard Adams, ed., Macroeconomic Dimensions of Arms Reduction, Boulder, Co: Westview Press, 1992, pp. 51-72.

25.

“Impact of the Tokyo Round and Macroeconomic Adjustments on North American Trade,” with Robert M. Stern, in Clark Reynolds, Leonard Waverman and Gerardo Bueno, eds., The Dynamics of North American Trade and Investment: Canada, Mexico, and the United States, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1991.

24.

“Trade Policy of the Reagan Years,” in Anandi P. Sahu and Ronald L. Tracy, eds., The Economic Legacy of the Reagan Years: Euphoria or Chaos?, New York: Praeger Publishers, 1991, pp. 187-203.

23.

“Options for Trade Liberalization in the Uruguay Round Negotiations,” with Robert M. Stern, in Frank J. Macchiarola, ed., International Trade: The Changing Role of the United States, Vol 37 of Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science, 1990; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, ed., The Multilateral Trading System: Analysis and Options for Change, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1993.

22.

“A Computational Analysis of Alternative Safeguards Policy Scenarios in International Trade,” with Robert M. Stern, in Ronald W. Jones and Anne O. Krueger, eds., The Political Economy of International Trade, Basil Blackwell, 1989.

21.

“Alternative Scenarios for Trade Liberalization,” with Robert M. Stern, in David B. Audretsch and Michael P. Claudon, eds., The Internationalization of U.S. Markets, New York: NYU Press, 1989, pp. 123-168.

20.

“Economic Perspectives on Dumping Law,” in John H. Jackson and Edwin A. Vermulst, eds., Anti-Dumping Law and Practice: A Comparative Study, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1989, pp. 23-39; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, ed., The Multilateral Trading System: Analysis and Options for Change, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1993.

19.

“Current Issues in Trade Policy: An Overview,” with Robert M. Stern, in Robert M. Stern, ed., U.S. Trade Policies in a Changing World Economy, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1987, pp. 15-68.

18.

“Safeguards Policy and the Conservative Social Welfare Function,” in Henryk Kierzkowski, ed., Protection and Competition in International Trade: Essays in Honor of W. M. Corden, Oxford.: Blackwell, 1987, pp. 22-40; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, ed., The Multilateral Trading System: Analysis and Options for Change, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1993; reprinted in Chad P. Bown, The WTO, Safeguards, and Temporary Protection from Imports, Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2006. Post-Print

17.

“The Directions of Developing Countries Trade: Examples from Pure Theory,” in Oli Havrylyshyn, ed., Exports of Developing Countries: How Direction Affects Performance, Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, 1987, pp. 9-21. Post-Print

16.

“The Employment Effects of Japanese and American Protection,” with Robert W. Staiger and Robert M. Stern, in Dominick Salvatore, ed., The New Protectionist Threat to World Welfare, Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1987.

15.

“Trade and Capital Mobility in a World of Diverging Populations,” in D. Gale Johnson and Ronald D. Lee, eds., Population Growth and Economic Development: Issues and Evidence, Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1987, pp. 561-588.

14.

“The Structure and Sample Results of the Michigan Computational Model of World Production and Trade,” with Robert M. Stern, in T.N. Srinivasan and John Whalley, eds., General Equilibrium Trade Policy Modeling, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1986, pp. 151-188.

13.

“Comparative Advantage and International Trade and Investment in Services,” in Robert M. Stern, ed., Trade and Investment in Services: Canada/U.S. Perspectives, Toronto: Ontario Economic Council, 1985, pp. 39-71; reprinted in Bernard Hoekman, ed., The WTO and Trade in Services, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2012. Post-Print

12.

“Major Recent Developments in International Trade Theory,” in Theo Peeters, Peter Praet and Paul Reding, eds., International Trade and Exchange Rates in the Late Eighties, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1985.

11.

“The Effects of Exchange-Rate Changes on Domestic Prices, Trade, and Employment in the U.S., European Community, and Japan,” with Robert M. Stern, in Karl Jungenfeldt and Douglas Hayne, eds., Structural Adjustment in Developed Open Economies, London, Macmillan, 1985.

10.

“Testing Trade Theories and Predicting Trade Flows,” in Ronald Jones and Peter Kenen, eds., Handbook of International Economics, North-Holland, 1984, pp. 467-517. via ScienceDirect

9.

“The Effects of the Tokyo Round on the Structure of Protection,” with Robert M. Stern, in Robert E. Baldwin and Anne O. Krueger, eds., The Structure and Evolution of Recent U.S. Trade Policy, National Bureau of Economic Research, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984, pp. 361-418; reprinted in Robert M. Stern, Globalization and International Trade Policies Singapore: World Scientific, 2009.

8.

“Changes in Trade and Employment in the Major Industrial Countries, 1970-76,” with Robert M. Stern, in Burton Weisbrod and Helen Hughes, eds., The Problems of Developed Countries and the International Economy, London, Macmillan, 1983, pp. 447-74.

7.

“Tariff and Exchange Rate Protection under Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rates in the Major Industrialized Countries,” with Robert M. Stern, in J. S. Bhandari and B. H. Putnam, eds., Economic Interdependence and Flexible Exchange Rates, M.I.T. Press, 1983, pp. 472-499.

6.

“The Economic Effects of Complete Elimination of Post-Tokyo Round Tariffs” with Robert M. Stern, in William R. Cline, ed., Trade Policy in the 1980s, Institute for International Economics, Washington, D.C., 1983, pp. 673-710.

5.

“The Effects of Domestic Tax/Subsidies and Import Tariffs on the Structures of Protection in the United States, United Kingdom, and Japan,” with Robert M. Stern, in John Black and L. Alan Winters, eds., Policy and Performance in International Trade, London, Macmillan, 1983, pp. 43-64.

4.

“American Labor's Stake in International Trade,” with Robert M. Stern, in Walter Adams et al., eds., Tariffs, Quotas and Trade: The Politics of Protectionism, Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1979, pp. 125-48; reprinted in Portfolio: International Economic Perspectives, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1980.

3.

“The Implications of Alternative Trade Strategies for the United States,” with Robert M. Stern and Mark N. Greene, in David B. H. Denoon, ed., The New International Economic Order: A U.S. Response, New York: New York University Press, 1979, pp. 78-108. The original (unrevised) version published in Joint Economic Committee Hearings, The 1978 Midyear Review of the Economy, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978.

2.

“The Sensitivity of Industrial Output and Employment to Exchange-Rate Changes,” with Robert M. Stern and Mark N. Greene, in J. P. Martin and M.A.M. Smith, eds., Trade and Payments Adjustment Under Flexible Exchange Rates, London: Macmillan, 1979, pp. 120-51.

1.

“A Multi-Country Simulation of the Employment and Exchange-Rate Effects of Post-Kennedy Round Tariff Reductions,” with Robert M. Stern and Christopher F. Baum, in N. Akrasanee et al., eds., Trade and Employment in Asia and the Pacific, Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1977, pp. 36-66.

 
Comments as Discussant

17.

“Comments” on Richard Freeman, “Labor L” in Jane Sneddon Little, ed., Global Imbalances and the Evolving World EconomyGlobalG, Boston, MA: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2008, pp. 189-195.

16.

“Comment” on Mankiw and Swagel, “The Politics and Economics of Offshore Outsourcing,” Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, November 18-19, 2005, forthcoming.

15.

“Comment” on James R. Markusen, “Modeling the Offshoring of White-Collar Services: From Comparative Advantage to the New Theories of Trade and Foreign Direct Investment,” in Susan M. Collins and Lael Brainard, eds., Offshoring White-Collar Work, Brookings Trade Forum 2005, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2006, pp. 24-27.

14.

“Comment” on Simon Commander, Mari Kangasniemi, and L. Alan Winters, “The Brain Drain: Curse or Boon? A Survey of the Literature,” in Robert E. Baldwin and L. Alan Winters, eds., Challenges to Globalization: Analyzing the Economics, National Bureau of Economic Research, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004, pp. 272-278.

13.

“Comment” on Edward E. Leamer and Christopher F. Thornberg, “Effort and Wages: A New Look at the Interindustry Wage Differentials,” in Robert C. Feenstra, ed., The Impact of International Trade on Wages, University of Chicago Press, 2000, pp. 81-84.

12.

“Comment” on John Kirton, “Has Trade Strengthened or Weakened U.S. and Foreign Environmental Quality? The NAFTA Experience,” in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., Social Dimensions of U.S. Trade Policies, University of Michigan Press, 2000.

11.

“Comment” on Nancy Benjamin and Xinshen Diao, “Liberalizing Services Trade in APEC: A General Equilibrium Analysis with Imperfect Competition,” in U.S. International Trade Commission, The Economic Implications of Liberalizing APEC Tariff and Nontariff Barriers to Trade, USITC Publication 3101, April 1998.

10.

“Comment” on Patrick A. Messerlin “Reforming the Rules of Antidumping Policies,” in Horst Siebert, ed., Towards a New Global Framework for High-Technology Competition, Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1997.

9.

“Comment” on Arvind Subramanian, “Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights and Asian Developing Countries: An Analytical View,” in Arvind Panagariya, M.G. Quibria, and Narhari Rao, eds., The Global Trading System and Developing Asia, Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1997, pp. 357-61.

8.

“Comment” on Warren F. Schwartz and Alan O. Sykes, “The Economics of the Most Favored Nation Clause,” in Jagdeep S. Bhandari and Alan O. Sykes, eds., Economic Dimensions in International Law: Comparative and Empirical Perspectives, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp. 80-82.

7.

“Comment” on Jeffrey D. Sachs and Howard J. Shatz, “Trade and Jobs in U.S. Manufacturing,Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1:1994, pp. 70-74.

6.

“Comments” on Chungsoo Kim, “NAFTA and APEC: Complementary or Competitive?” in AFTA after NAFTA, Joint Korea - U.S. Academic Symposium, Vol 4, Washington, D.C.: Korea Economic Institute of America, 1993.

5.

“Comment” (on a paper by Kravis and Lipsey), in Peter Hooper and J. David Richardson, eds., International Economic Transactions: Issues in Measurement and Empirical Research, National Bureau of Economic Research, Chicago: University of Chciago Press, 1991, pp. 464-468.

4.

“Comment” (on a paper by Richard Harris) in Robert M. Stern, ed., Trade and Investment Relations among the United States, Canada, and Japan, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989.

3.

“Comments” (on papers by Harris and Keyzer), in T.N. Srinivasan and John Whalley, eds., General Equilibrium Trade Policy Modeling, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1986, pp. 311-317.

2.

“Investment Frictions and Opportunities in Bilateral Trade Relations: Comment,” in Deborah Fretz, Robert Stern and John Whalley, eds., Canada/United States Trade and Investment Issues, Toronto: Ontario Economic Council, 1985.

1.

“International Cartels and Monopolies in International Trade: Comment,” in R. Dornbusch and J. Frenkel, eds., International Economic Policy: Theory and Evidence, Johns Hopkins, 1979, pp. 73-75.

 
Other Publications

6.

“ Easing the Burden of Non-Tariff Barriers,International Trade Forum, International Trade Centre, No. 3, 2012.

5.

Symposium: A Centennial of Anti-dumping Legislation and Implementation, edited with Robert M. Stern, The World Economy, 28(5), May 2005.

4.

“A U.S.-Mexico-Canada Free Trade Agreement: Sectoral Employment Effects and Regional/Occupational Employment Realignments in the United States,” with Drusilla K. Brown and Robert M. Stern, in National Commission for Employment Policy, The Employment Effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement: Recommendations and Background Studies, Special Report, October 1992.

3.

A Computational Analysis of Alternative Scenarios for Multilateral Trade Liberalization, with Robert M. Stern, Economic Council of Canada, Discussion Paper No. 363, August 1989.

2.

Methods of Measurement of Non-Tariff Barriers, with Robert M. Stern, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD/ST/MD/28, United Nations, Geneva, January, 1985, published in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.

1.

An Economic Analysis of the Effects of the Tokyo Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations on the United States and the Other Major Industrialized Countries, with Robert M. Stern, MTN Studies 5, CP 96-15, U.S. Government Printing Office, June 1979.

 
Book Reviews

3.

Robert Z. Lawrence, Blue-Collar Blues: Is Trade to Blame for Rising US Income Inequality?, Journal of Economic Literature, 47 (September 2009), 816-818.

2.

Jagdish Bhagwati, Essays in International Economic Theory, 2 volumes, edited by Robert C. Feenstra, Journal of International Economics, 22 (February 1987), 183-8.

1.

Anne O. Krueger, Trade and Employment in Developing Countries 3: Synthesis and Conclusions, Journal of Economic Literature, 22 (June 1984), 614-5.

 
Web Sites

2.

Academic Family Tree of Trade Economists, since 2001, http://www-personal.umich.edu/~alandear/tree/INDEX.HTM.

1.

The Terms of Trade and Other Wonders: Deardorff's Glossary of International Economics, since about 1998, http://www-personal.umich.edu/~alandear/glossary/.

 
Lectures

5.

Graham Lecture, “Needs and Means for a Better Workhorse Model of International Trade,” April 19, 2006, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. PPT

4.

Nottingham Lectures, “The Heckscher-Ohlin Model: Features, Flaws, and Fixes,” October 17-18, 2005, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom. Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3

3.

Ohlin Lectures, “Sources and Implications of Comparative Advantage,” November 10-14, 2003, Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden. Lecture 1 Lecture 2

2.

World Economy Lecture, “What Might Globalization's Critics Believe?,” December 5, 2002, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

1.

Sweetland Inaugural Lecture, “The Benefits and Costs of Following Comparative Advantage,” November 20, 1997, at the 45th annual Economic and Social Outlook Conference, Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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