Trade JMPs (2017-2018)

It’s that time of year again. As I’ve done since 2010, I’ve gathered a list of trade-related job-market papers. New this year is a small collection of spatial economics papers that aren’t about trade per se. If I’ve missed someone, please contribute to the list in the comments.

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14 thoughts on “Trade JMPs (2017-2018)

  1. Jorge Perez Perez

    Here are three spatial economics job market papers from the Urban Economics Association meetings:

    Juan Pablo Chauvin: (Harvard) – Gender-Segmented Labor Markets and the Effects of Local Demand Shocks –

    Jorge Pérez Pérez (Brown) – City Minimum Wages –

    Lindsay Renihan (UPenn) – Is Online Retail Killing Coffee Shops? Estimating the Winners and Losers of Online Retail using Customer Transaction Microdata

  2. Mary Lovely

    Yang Liang (Syracuse). Job creation and job diversion: The effect of trade shocks on US manufacturing employment.

  3. Marco Robles

    Parisa Kamali (Minnesota) “Indirect Exporter Dynamics and the Impacts on Trade Lineralization.” -

    1. jdingel Post author

      I just check a lot of schools’ websites and look for trade candidates. This is imperfect, so I appreciate everyone contributing to the list in the comments.

  4. Johannes

    There are also three JM candidates from the University of Mannheim:
    Francesco Paolo Conteduca: The Structure of Multinational Sales under Demand Risk (
    Ekaterina Kazakova: Serving Abroad: Export, M&A, and Greenfield Investment (
    Alexander Rohlf: Did Globalization help Germany become cleaner? – The effect of increasing Import/Export Exposure on local air pollution at the German county level (

  5. Peter Eppinger

    Two candidates from the University of Tübingen:
    Peter Eppinger ( – “Optimal Ownership and Firm Performance: Theory and Evidence from China’s FDI Liberalization” and
    Bohdan Kukharskyy ( – “A Tale of Two Property Rights: Knowledge, Physical Assets, and Multinational Firm Boundaries”

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