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Location of Vertically Linked Industries: Agglomeration versus Comparative Advantage European Economic Review, vol. 49(4) May 2005, 809-832 (lead article)
Fear of Outsourcing: Is it Justified? With Shang-Jin Wei Economic Policy, April 2005, pp. 308-348
Investment liberalization and International Trade With Katharine Wakelin Journal of International Economics, 61(1) 2003, 101-126
Regional Specialisation and Technological Leapfrogging Journal of Regional Science, 41(1) 2001, 149-172
Trade Liberalisation of Intermediate Inputs The Australian Economic Review, 33(4) 2000, 299-302
Specialization Patterns in Europe Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv (Review of World Economics), 135(4) 1999, 573-93
Export Subsidies Impose Net Losses on Australians Agenda, 6(3) 1999, 283-287
Inter-industry Trade in Manufactures: Does Country Size Matter? Journal of International Economics, 44(2) April 1998, 231-255
New Trade Theories and Industrial Location in the EU: A Survey of Evidence Oxford Review of Economic Policy: Trade and Location, 14(2), Summer 1998, 45-53
Trade Liberalisation and the Location of Manufacturing Firms The World Economy, 21(7) 1998, 953-962
Entry and Entry Deterrence under the New Access Code With Rod Maddock The Australian Economic Review, 3rd Quarter 1996, 287-292
Chapters in Books
How the Sequence of Trade Liberalization affects Industrial Location in (ed) Miroslav N. Javanovic Handbook of Economic Integration, Edward Elgar, December 2010
An Anatomy of China's Export Growth with Caroline Freund in (eds) Robert Feenstra and Shang-Jin Wei China's Growing Role in World Trade, NBER, 2010
Does Service Offshoring Lead to Job Losses with Shang-Jin Wei in (eds) Marshall Reinsdorf and Mattthew Slaughter International Flows of Invisibles, NBER Chapter 7, 2009
Are Uniform Tariffs Optimal? in (ed.) S. Jayasuriya Trade Theory, Analytical Models and Development: Essays in Honour of Peter Lloyd, Edward Elgar, Vol. 1, Ch3, 2005
The Geography of Intra-industry Trade with Anthony J. Venables in P.J. Lloyd and Hyun-Hoon Lee (eds.) Frontiers of Research on Intra-industry trade, McMillan, 2002
Spatial Distribution of Manufacturing in China with Mei Wen in (eds) P.J. Lloyd and X.G. Zhang Modelling the Chinese Economy, Edward Elgar, 2001
What's Behind the Volatile Import Prices from China? with Donald R. Davis Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics and Finance, 15(1). January 2009
Is the United States Losing its Productivity Advantage? with Kevin Stiroh Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics and Finance, 13(8), September 2007
China's Export Boom with Caroline Freund Finance and Development, 44(3), September 2007
Demystifying Outsourcing with Shang-Jin Wei Finance and Development, December 2004
Review of "Globalization and the Theory of Input Trade" by Ron Jones Economic Record, 2001
Mary Amiti's CVThe views expressed in the papers listed on this page are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Federal Reserve System.