Recent Publications

Faculty affiliated with the Globalization Cluster publish their research in the foremost economics journals. The following are some recent publications:

Treb Allen: "On the Equilibrium Properties of Spatial Models", with Costas Arkolakis and Xiangliang Li. American Economic Review: Insights, December 2024.

Treb Allen: "The Traveling Trucker Problem", with David Atkin, Santiago Cantillo and Carlos Hernandez. AEA Papers and Proceedings, May 2024.

Treb Allen: "Economic Activity Across Space: A Supply and Demand Approach", with Costas Arkolakis. Journal of Economic Perspectives, Spring 2023.

Emily Blanchard, Davin Chor: "Did Trump's Trade War Impact the 2018 Election?" with Chad P. Bown. Journal of International Economics, March 2024.

Davin Chor: "Global Supply Chains: The Looming "Great Reallocation"", with Laura Alfaro. Paper prepared for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's Economic Policy Symposium (Jackson Hole), August 2023.

Davin Chor: "Illuminating the Effects of the US-China Tariff War on China's Economy," with Bingjing Li. Journal of International Economics, July 2024.

Davin Chor: "The Political Economy Consequences of China's Export Slowdown", with Filipe Campante and Bingjing Li. Journal of the European Economic Association, October 2023.

Teresa Fort: "Exporting, Global Sourcing, and Multinational Activity: Theory and Evidence from the United States", with Pol Antràs, Evgenii Fadeev and Felix Tintelnot. Review of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming.

Teresa Fort: "Export-Platform FDI: Cannibalization or Complementarity?" with Pol Antràs, Evgenii Fadeev, and Felix Tintelnot. AEA Papers and Proceedings, May 2024.

Teresa Fort: "Trade Policy and Global Sourcing: An Efficiency Rationale for Tariff Escalation", Journal of Political Economy Macroeconomics, March 2024

Teresa Fort: "The Changing Firm and Country Boundaries of US Manufacturers in Global Value Chains". Journal of Economic Perspectives, Summer 2023.

Matthew Grant: "Heteroskedastic Supply and Demand Estimation: Analysis and Testing", with Anson Soderbery. Journal of International Economics, July 2024.

Apoorv Gupta: "Shocks and Technology Adoption: Evidence from Electronic Payment Systems", with Nicolas Crouzet and Filippo Mezzanotti. Journal of Political Economy, November 2023.

Douglas A. Irwin: "Floating Exchange Rates at Fifty", edited with Maurice Obstfeld. Peterson Institute for International Economics, April 2024.

Douglas A. Irwin: "International Economics", with Menzie Chinn. Cambridge University Press, 2024.

Douglas A. Irwin: "Does Trade Reform Promote Economic Growth? A Review of Recent Evidence". World Bank Research Observer, forthcoming.

Douglas A. Irwin: "Changing the Trade and Development Consensus: Evidence Building from Little, Bhagwati, Krueger, and Balassa". History of Political Economy, forthcoming.

Douglas A. Irwin: "Trade Policy in Historical Political Economy", in Oxford Handbook of Historical Political Economy, edited by Jeffrey Jenkins and Jared Rubin. Oxford University Press, 2024.

Douglas A. Irwin: "The Bank, the Fund, and the GATT: Which Institution Most Supported Developing Country Trade Reform?" World Trade Review, October 2023.

Douglas A. Irwin: "Economic Ideas and Taiwan's Shift to Export Promotion in the 1950s", The World Economy, April 2023.

Madeline McKelway: "Effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Cash Transfers on Older Persons Living Alone in India: A Randomized Trial", with Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Erin Grela, Frank Schilbach, Miriam Sequeira, Garima Sharma and Girija Vaidyanathan. Annals of Internal Medicine, April 2023.

Madeline McKelway: "Depression and Loneliness among the Elderly in Low- and Middle-Income Countries", with Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Erin Grela, Frank Schilbach, Garima Sharma and Girija Vaidyanathan. Journal of Economic Perspectives, Spring 2023.

Paul Novosad: "Intergenerational Mobility in India: New Measures and Estimates across Time and Social Groups", with Sam Asher and Charlie Rafkin. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, April 2024.

Claudia Olivetti: "Families, Labor Markets and Policy", with Stefania Albanesi and Barbara Petrongolo. In Handbook of the Economics of the Family, vol. 1, eds. Shelly Lundberg and Alessandra Voena, Elsevier, 2023.

Christopher Snyder: "Calculating the Costs and Benefits of Advance Preparations for Future Pandemics", with Rachel Glennerster and Brandon Tan. IMF Economic Review, September 2023.

Christopher Snyder: "An Optimal Mechanism to Fund the Development of Vaccines against Emerging Epidemics", with Kendall Hoyt and Dimitrios Gouglas. Journal of Health Economics, September 2023.

Robert Staiger: "Standing in International Investment and Trade Disputes", with Ralph Ossa and Alan Sykes. Journal of International Economics, August 2023.

Meredith Startz: "Belief in COVID-19 Misinformation in Nigeria", with Josh A. Goldstein and Shelby Grossman. Journal of Politics, April 2024.

Yang-Yang Zhou: "Left Out: How Political Ideology Affects Support for Migrants in Colombia", with Alisha Holland and Margaret Peters. Journal of Politics, forthcoming.

Yang-Yang Zhou: "Prolonged Contact Does Not Improve Locals' Relations with Migrants in Wartime Settings", with Jason Lyall. American Journal of Political Science, April 2024.

Yang-Yang Zhou: "Inclusive Refugee-Hosting can Improve Local Development and Prevent Public Backlash", with Guy Grossman and Shuning Ge. World Development, June 2023.