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International Trade 2015

  

1. International Trade Theory
    Increasing Returns to Scale: Krugman (1980)


2. Applications and Empirics
    References: Trefler (1995), Anderson and van Wincoop (2003), Alvarez and Lucas (2007)


3. Recent Advances in International Trade
    Trade, Variable Mark-ups, and Productivity: Melitz and Ottaviano (2008)Atkeson and Burstein (2008)


4. Applications and Empirics
    References: Bernard and Jensen (1995), Roberts, and Tybout (1997), Pavcnik (2002), Tybout (2002), Hummel and Klenow (2005), Eaton, Eslava, Kugler, 
    and Tybout (2008), Eaton, Kortum, and Kramarz (2011), Arkolakis, Costinot, and Rodriguez-Clare (2012), Costinot, Donaldson, and Komunjer (2012), 
    Kehoe and Ruhl (2013), Melitz and Redding (2014)


5. Trade, Firms, and Growth
    References: Young (1991), Grossman and Helpman (1991), Hopenhayn (1992), Parente and Prescott (1994), Young (1995), Ventura (1997), Frankel and Romer (1999), 
    Foster, Haltiwanger, and Krizan (2001), Klette and Kortum (2004), Ripoll and Dejong (2006), Luttmer (2007), McGrattan and Prescott (2009), Hsieh and Klenow (2009), 
    Bajona and Kehoe (2010), Kehoe and Ruhl (2010), Brandt and Van Biesebroeck (2012), Asturias, Hur, Kehoe, and Ruhl (2016), Yi (2003)


Student presentations

Group Research Presentations
    10/20 - Ideas presentations
    11/11 - Research presentations (check-up)
    12/7, 12/9 Final Presentations

Related courses: Tim KehoeKim Ruhl


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