Trade JMPs (2013-2014)

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It’s that time of year again. Who’s on the job market this year with a paper 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 the comments.

As resident blogger, I’m going to exercise a point of personal privilege to note that I am on the job market this year. Please tell your friends who are on hiring committees.

Jonathan Dingel (Columbia): “The Determinants of Quality Specialization”

With that important piece of information out of the way, here are this year’s trade candidates:

  • Vanessa Alviarez (Michigan): “Multinational Production and Comparative Advantage”
  • Andrea Ariu (Université catholique de Louvain): “Crisis-Proof Services: Why Trade in Services Did not Suffer During the 2008-2009 Crisis”
  • Dany Bahar (HKS): “Heavier than Air? Knowledge Transmission within the Multinational Firm”
  • Xue Bai (Penn State): “How You Export Matters: Export Mode, Learning, and Productivity in China”
  • Silja Baller (Oxford): “Product Quality, Market Size and Welfare: Theory and Evidence from French Exporters”
  • Felipe Benguria (UVA): “Production and Distribution in International Trade: Evidence from Matched Exporter-Importer Data”
  • Johannes Boehm (LSE): “The Impact of Contract Enforcement Costs on Outsourcing and Aggregate Productivity”
  • Doug Campbell (UC Davis): “Relative Prices, Hysteresis, and the Decline of American Manufacturing”
  • Cheng Chen (Princeton): “Management Technology and the Hierarchical Firm in the Global Economy”
  • Eliav Danziger (Princeton): “Skill Acquisition and the Dynamics of Trade Induced Inequality”
  • David DeRemer (Université libre de Bruxelles): “Domestic Policy Coordination in Imperfectly Competitive Markets”
  • Jonathan Dingel (Columbia): “The Determinants of Quality Specialization”
  • Raluca Dragusanu (HBS): “Firm-to-Firm Matching Along the Global Supply Chain”
  • Daisuke Fujii (Chicago): “International Trade Dynamics with Sunk Costs and Productivity Shocks”
  • Cecile Gaubert (Princeton): “Firm Sorting and Agglomeration”
  • Hang-Wei Hao (UC Davis): “The China Puzzle: Theory and Evidence on the Behavior of Chinese Exports during the 2008-2009 Global Financial Crisis”
  • Leo Karasik (Toronto): “New Exporters during the Great Recession: Is the Large Fixed Cost Story Marginal?”
  • Adriaan Ten Kate (Chicago): “Industry composition, trade barriers and their welfare implications: Evidence from Peru’s trade liberalization”
  • Minho Kim (WUSTL): “Multi-Stage Production and International Trade”
  • Ahmad Lashkaripour (Penn State): “Breaking Down Elasticities: Rebuilding Gravity and the Gains from Trade”
  • Chi-Hung Liao (UC Davis): “Pricing-to-Market in Quality Dimension and Income Inequality”
  • Philip A. Luck (UC Davis): “Intermediate Good Sourcing, Wages and Inequality: From Theory to Evidence”
  • Michael Maio (Minnesota): “Foreign Competition and Firm Productivity: A Principal-Agent Approach”
  • Ryan Monarch (Michigan): “It’s Not You, It’s Me: Breakups in U.S.-China Trade Relationships”
  • Joan Monras (Columbia): “Immigration and Wage Dynamics: Evidence from the Mexican Peso Crisis”
  • Gabriel Smagghue (Sciences Po): “A new Method for Quality Estimation using Trade Data: An Application to French firms”
  • Sebastian Sotelo (Chicago): “Trade Frictions and Agricultural Productivity: Theory and Evidence from Peru”
  • Grigorios Spanos (Toronto): “Sorting in French Production Hierarchies”
  • Walter Steingress (Montreal): “Entry barriers to international trade: product versus firm fixed costs”
  • Claudia Steinwender (LSE): “Information Frictions and the Law of One Price: When the States and the Kingdom became United”
  • Sebastian Stumpner (Berkeley): “Trade and the Geographic Spread of the Great Recession”
  • Phyllis Kit Yee Sun (Princeton): “A Theory of Worker-Level Comparative Advantage and Task Specialization within Jobs”
  • Pierre-Louis Vezina (Oxford): “Migrant Networks and Trade: The Vietnamese Boat People as a Natural Experiment”
  • Andrea Waddle (Minnesota): “Trade, Technology and the Skill Premium: The Case of Mexico”

2 Responses to “Trade JMPs (2013-2014)”

  1. Giacomo Says:

    This list is great, thanks! Do you know of any similar list about JMPs in international finance and open-economy macro?

    And about you JM, break a leg!

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