References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 48 references in this bibliography folder.

Bergstrand, J, Egger, P, and Larch, M (2011).
Gravity redux: Estimation of gravity-equation coefficients, elasticities of substitution, and general equilibrium comparative statics under asymmetric bilateral trade costs
Unpublished.

Persson, M (2011).
From trade preferences to trade facilitation: Taking stock of the issues
Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Economics Discussion Paper(2011-23).

Anderson, J and Yotov, Y (2010).
The changing incidence of geography
American Economic Review, 100(5):2157–2186.

Behar, A (2010).
Do managers and experts agree? A comparison of alternative sources of trade facilitation data
University of Oxford, Department of Economics, Economics Series Working Papers(503).

Márquez-Ramos, L and Martínez-Zarzoso, I (2010).
The effect of technological innovation on international trade. A nonlinear approach
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 4(2010-11).

Pomfret, R and Sourdin, P (2010).
Trade facilitation and the measurement of trade costs
Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, 1(01):145–163.

Baier, S and Bergstrand, J (2009).
Bonus vetus OLS: A simple method for approximating international trade-cost effects using the gravity equation
Journal of International Economics, 77:77–85.

Martínez-Zarzoso, I and Márquez-Ramos, L (2008).
The effect of trade facilitation on sectoral trade
The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 8(1).

Melitz, J (2008).
Language and foreign trade
European Economic Review, 52(4):667–699.

Hummels, D (2007).
Transportation costs and international trade in the second era of globalization
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 21(3):131–154.

Márquez Ramos, L (2007).
New determinants of bilateral trade: An empirical analysis for developed and developing countries
PhD thesis, Universitat Jaume I, Castellón de la Plana.

Persson, M (2007).
Trade facilitation and the EU-ACP economic partnership agreements: Who has the most to gain?
Lund University, Department of Economics, Working Paper(2007:8).

Bank, W (2006).
Doing Business
The World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Decreux, I and Fontagne, L (2006).
A quantitative assessment of the outcome of the Doha development agenda
CEPII, Working Paper(2006-10).

Dennis, A (2006).
The impact of regional trade agreements and trade facilitation in the Middle East and North Africa region
The World Bank, Washington, D.C, Policy Research Working Paper(3837).

Djankov, S, Freund, C, and Pham, C (2006).
Trading on time
The World Bank, Washington, D.C, Policy Research Working Paper(3909).

Nordas, E, Pinali, E, and Grosso, N (2006).
Logistics and time as a trade barrier
OECD Trade Directorate, Paris, OECD Trade Policy Working Paper(35).

Soloaga, I, Wilson, J, and Mejía, A (2006).
Moving forward faster: Trade facilitation reform and Mexican competitiveness
The World Bank, Washington, D.C, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper(3953).

Tang, L (2006).
What accounts for the growth of trade in differentiated goods: Economic causes or technological imperatives?
Economics Letters, 91:204–209.

Bank, W (2005).
World development indicators
World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Cheng, I and Wall, H (2005).
Controlling for heterogeneity in gravity models of trade and integration
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Review, 87(1):49–63.

Engman, M (2005).
The economic impact of trade facilitation
OECD Trade Directorate, Paris, OECD Trade Policy Working Paper(21).

Feenstra, R, Mo, H, Deng, H, Ma, A, and Mo, H (2005).
World trade flows: 1962-2000
National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA, NBER Working Paper(11040).

Fink, C, Mattoo, A, and Neagu, I (2005).
Assessing the impact of communication costs on international trade
Journal of International Economics, 67(2):428–445.

Wilson, JCM and Otsuki, T (2005).
Assessing the benefits of trade facilitation: A global perspective
World Economy, 28(6):841–871.