The work of the group focuses on the micro-economic aspects of international and spatial economics. Topics covered include international trade, foreign direct investment, and the causes and consequences of globalization.
There is a fortnightly seminar series with external speakers held in the department on Tuesdays at 2.30pm, and an informal weekly workshop at 4pm on the same day where faculty and students present their work in progress.
- Peter Neary "Selection Effects with Heterogeneous Firms" (with Monika Mrázová) Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming
- Beata Javorcik "Don't Throw in the Towel, Throw in Trade Credit!" (with Banu Demir) Journal of International Economics, 2018
- Beata Javorcik "Working across Time Zones: Exporters and the Gender Wage Gap" (with Esther Boler and K.H. Ulltveit-Moe) Journal of International Economics, 2018
- Ferdinand Rauch “Resetting the Urban Network: 117-2012” (with Guy Michaels and Stephen Redding) Economic Journal, 2018
- Beata Javorcik "New and Improved: Does FDI Boost Production Complexity in Host Countries?" (with A. Lo Turco and D. Maggioni) Economic Journal, 2018
- Peter Neary "Not So Demanding: Demand Structure and Firm Behavior" (with Monika Mrázová) American Economic Review, 2017
- Ferdinand Rauch “The Benefits of Forced Experimentation: Striking Evidence from the London Underground Network.” (with Shaun Larcom and Tim Willems) Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2017
- Kevin Hjortshøj O’Rourke, “Growth, Import Dependence, and War” (with Roberto Bonfatti) Economic Journal, 2017
- Beata Javorcik "Former Foreign Affiliates: Cast Out and Outperformed?" (with Steven Poelhekke) Journal of the European Economic Association, 2017
- Beata Javorcik "Accession to the World Trade Organization and Tariff Evasion" (with G. Narciso) Journal of Development Economics, 2017
- J. Peter Neary, "International Trade in General Oligopolistic Equilibrium," Review of International Economics, 2016
- Beata Javorcik, "Services reform and manufacturing performance: Evidence from India" (with Jens Arnold, Molly Lipscomb and Aaditya Mattoo). Economic Journal, 2016
- Beata Javorcik and J. Peter Neary, "Testing the Core Competency Model of Multi-Product Exporters," (with Carsten Eckel and Leo Iacovone) Review of International Economics, 2016
- J. Peter Neary, "Sufficient Statistics for Tariff Reform when Revenue Matters," (with Jim Anderson) Journal of International Economics, 2016