Trade Diversion

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About 'Trade Diversion' Channel

Commentary on development, globalization, and trade by Jonathan Dingel.

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Trade JMPs (2013-2014)

[...] from French Exporters” Felipe Benguria (UVA): “Production and Distribution in International Trade: Evidence from Matched Exporter-Importer Data” Johannes Boehm (LSE): “The [...]

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[...] For the moment, here’s the abstract of McPherson, Redfearn and Tieslau – “International trade and developing countries: an empirical investigation of the Linder hypothesis” in [...]

Well, that took a while…

[...] In August 1935, Gottfrieb Haberler wrote (Theory of International Trade, Preface to the English Edition): [I]t seems to me that the theory of international trade, [...]

How big are the gains from trade?

[...] are critical to the functioning of the economy, so that a complete shutdown of international trade is very costly overall… I develop a multi-industry Armington (1969) model of [...]

How big are the gains from trade?

[...] ;, aimed at reconciling this divide: I show that accounting for cross-industry variation in trade elasticities greatly magnifies the estimated gains from trade. The main idea is as simple as it is [...]

“Ricardian Productivity Differences and the Gains from Trade”

[...] You’ll recall that Ralph Ossa emphasized sectoral heterogeneity in trade elasticities as one reason the ACR formula might understate the gains from trade. I haven’t read [...]

Melitz and Redding on heterogeneous firms and gains from trade

[...] productivity constant. We also keep all other model parameters (such as those governing trade costs and demand conditions) constant. This ‘straw man’ model has no reallocations across [...]

Trade JMPs (2014-2015)

[...] , please contribute to the list in the comments. Dominick Bartelme (Berkeley): “Trade Costs and Economic Geography: Evidence from the US“ Jeronimo Carballo (Maryland): “ [...]

A prescient note on the home-market effect by Max Corden

[...] market. He explains this in terms of economies of scale. This is essentially the ‘Linder hypothesis’ which has obtained some empirical support, as well as being intuitively plausible. [...]

Look what I found…

[...] ; “International trade and developing countries: an empirical investigation of the Linder hypothesis” in Applied Economics (2001), an article with 44 citations in Google Scholar: This [...]

Thinking about the firm-size distribution

[...] [Note: This post isn't about international economics. I'll use an example from trade to comment on a feature of the US real-estate market.] In [...]

International trade in summer 2012

[...] Recently completed conferences include New Faces in International Economics at Penn State, the Midwest International Economics Group, CESifo in Munich, the European [...]

A prescient note on the home-market effect by Max Corden

[...] Corden reference, as it appeared in a 1970 conference volume titled Studies in international economics. Monash Conference papers. Here’s an excerpt from the surprisingly prescient [...]

Melitz and Redding on heterogeneous firms and gains from trade

In a recent VoxEU column, Marc Melitz and Stephen Redding describe the logic of Melitz (Ecma, 2003) and Arkolakis, Costinot, and Rodriguez-Clare (AER [...]

Melitz and Redding on heterogeneous firms and gains from trade

[...] do in fact represent a new source of gains from trade. We start with a model with heterogeneous firms, then compare it to a variant where we eliminate firm differences in productivity while [...]

Melitz & Trefler – Gains from Trade when Firms Matter (JEP 2012)

[...] model by Eaton and Kortum. Another very nice contribution to the symposium is a piece by Marc Melitz and Daniel Trefler on the “Gains from Trade when Firms Matter” (pdf). Today, we [...]

Melitz and Redding on heterogeneous firms and gains from trade

[...] In a recent VoxEU column, Marc Melitz and Stephen Redding describe the logic of Melitz (Ecma, 2003) and Arkolakis, Costinot, and [...]

Melitz and Redding on heterogeneous firms and gains from trade

[...] In a recent VoxEU column, Marc Melitz and Stephen Redding describe the logic of Melitz (Ecma, 2003) and Arkolakis, Costinot, and [...]

Trade JMPs (2012-2013)

[...] on international trade? As usual, I focus on trade papers, thereby neglecting international finance and open-economy macro papers and trade economists working in other fields. I’m a [...]

Trade JMPs (2014-2015)

[...] on international trade? As in prior years, I focus on trade papers, thereby neglecting international finance and open-economy macro papers. If I’ve missed someone, please contribute to the list in [...]

Trade JMPs (2013-2014)

[...] on international trade? As in prior years, I focus on trade papers, thereby neglecting international finance and open-economy macro papers. If I’ve missed someone, please contribute to the list [...]

Thinking about the firm-size distribution

[...] look at concentration ratios or Herfindahl–Hirschman indices, because dominance is about economic outcomes, such as market shares, not mere existence. According to Bernard, Jensen, Redding, and [...]

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Trade JMPs (2013-2014)

[...] from French Exporters” Felipe Benguria (UVA): “Production and Distribution in International Trade: Evidence from Matched Exporter-Importer Data” Johannes Boehm (LSE): “The [...]

Look what I found…

[...] For the moment, here’s the abstract of McPherson, Redfearn and Tieslau – “International trade and developing countries: an empirical investigation of the Linder hypothesis” in [...]

Well, that took a while…

[...] In August 1935, Gottfrieb Haberler wrote (Theory of International Trade, Preface to the English Edition): [I]t seems to me that the theory of international trade, [...]

How big are the gains from trade?

[...] are critical to the functioning of the economy, so that a complete shutdown of international trade is very costly overall… I develop a multi-industry Armington (1969) model of [...]

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