References

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

There are 43 references in this bibliography folder.

Heid, B and Larch, M (2012).
Migration, trade and unemployment
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 6(2012-4).

Oberhofer, H (2012).
Employment effects of acquisitions: Evidence from acquired European firms
Review of Industrial Organization, forthcoming.

Oberhofer, H and Pfaffermayr, M (2012).
Firm growth in multinational corporate groups
Empirical Economics, forthcoming.

Bandick, R (2011).
Foreign acquisition, wages and productivity
The World Economy, 34(6):931-951.

Geishecker, I and Görg, H (2011).
Services offshoring and wages: evidence from micro data
Oxford Economic Papers.

Heyman, F, Sjöholm, F, and Tingvall, P (2011).
Multinationals, cross-border acquisitions and wage dispersion
Canadian Journal of Economics, 44(2):627-650.

Stiebale, J and Trax, M (2011).
The effects of cross-border M&As on the acquirers' domestic performance: Firm-level evidence
Canadian Journal of Economics, 44(3):957-990.

World Bank (2011).
World development indicators. Data retrieved December 15, 2011
No source specified

Egger, P and Hahn, F (2010).
Endogenous bank mergers and their impact on banking performance: Some evidence from Austria
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 28(2):155-166.

Muendler, M and Becker, S (2010).
Margins of multinational labor substitution
American Economic Review, 100(5):1999-2030.

Epifani, P and Gancia, G (2009).
Openness, government size and the terms of trade
Review of Economic Studies, 76(2):629-668.

Ram, R (2009).
Openness, country size, and government size: Additional evidence from a large cross-country panel
Journal of Public Economics, 93(1-2):213-218.

Almeida, R (2007).
The labor market effects of foreign owned firms
Journal of International Economics, 72(1):75-96.

Girma, S and Görg, H (2007).
Evaluating the foreign ownership wage premium using a difference-in-differences matching approach
Journal of International Economics, 72(1):97-112.

Görg, H, Strobl, E, and Walsh, F (2007).
Why do foreign-owned firms pay more? The role of on-the-job training
Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), 143(3):464-482.

Heyman, F, Sjoholm, F, and Tingvall, P (2007).
Is there really a foreign ownership wage premium? Evidence from matched employer-employee data
Journal of International Economics, 73(2):355-376.

Huttunen, K (2007).
The effect of foreign acquisition on employment and wages: Evidence from finnish establishments
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 89(3):497-509.

Abadie, A and Imbens, G (2006).
Large sample properties of matching estimators for average treatment effects
Econometrica, 74(1):235-267.

Mayda, A and Rodrik, D (2005).
Why are some people (and countries) more protectionist than others?
European Economic Review, 49(6):1393-1430.

Abadie, A, Drukker, D, Herr, J, and Imbens, G (2004).
Implementing matching estimators for average treatment effects in Stata
Stata Journal, 4(3):290-311.

Gugler, K and Yurtoglu, B (2004).
The effects of mergers on company employment in the USA and Europe
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 22(4):481-502.

Lipsey, R and Sjoholm, F (2004).
Foreign direct investment, education and wages in Indonesian manufacturing
Journal of Development Economics, 73(1):415-422.

Martins, P (2004).
Do foreign firms really pay higher wages? Evidence from different estimators
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), IZA Discussion Papers(1388).

Mody, A (2004).
Is FDI integrating the World Economy?
The World Economy, 27(8):1195-1222.

Feenstra, R (2003).
Advanced international trade: Theory and evidence
, Princeton, New Jersey.