References

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

There are 50 references in this bibliography folder.

De Jong, E and Bogmans, C (2011).
Does corruption discourage international trade?
European Journal of Political Economy, 27(2):385-398.

Doyle, E and Martinez-Zarzoso, I (2011).
Productivity, trade and institutional quality: A panel analysis
Southern Economic Journal, 77(3):726-752.

Dutt, P and Traca, D (2010).
Corruption and bilateral trade flows: Extortion or evasion?
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 92(4):843-860.

Hornok, C (2010).
Trade-enhancing EU enlargement and the resurgence of East-East Trade
Focus on European Economic Integration(3):79–94.

Baier, S and Bergstrand, J (2009).
Estimating the effects of free trade agreements on international trade flows using matching econometrics
Journal of International Economics, 77(1):63-76.

Dutt, P (2009).
Trade protection and bureaucratic corruption: an empirical investigation
Canadian Journal of Economics, 42(1):155-183.

Aidt, T, Dutta, J, and Sena, V (2008).
Governance regimes, corruption and growth: Theory and evidence
Journal of Comparative Economics, 36(2):195–220.

Bussière, M, Fidrmuc, J, and Schnatz, B (2008).
EU enlargement and trade integration: Lessons from a gravity model
Review of Development Economics, 12(3):562-576.

Helpman, EMM and Rubinstein, Y (2008).
Estimating trade flows: Trading partners and trading volumes
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 123(2):441–487.

Mishra, P, Subramanian, A, and Topalova, P (2008).
Tariffs, enforcement, and customs evasion: Evidence from India
Journal of Public Economics, 92(10-11):1907-1925.

Méon, P and Weill, L (2008).
Is corruption an efficient grease?
Laboratoire de Recherche en Gestion et Economie, Université de Strasbourg, France, Working Papers of LaRGE Research Center (Laboratoire de Recherche en Gestion et Economie)(2008-06).

Bandyopadhyay, S and Roy, S (2007).
Corruption and trade protection: evidence from panel data
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, Working Papers(2007-022).

Cheptea, A (2007).
Trade liberalization and institutional reforms
Economics of Transition, 15(2):211-255.

Méon, P and Sekkat, K (2007).
Revisiting the relationship between governance and foreign direct investment
Brussels Economic Review, 50(1):41-61.

Bardhan, P (2006).
The economist's approach to the problem of corruption
World Development, 34(2):341-348.

Carrère, C (2006).
Revisiting the effects of regional trade agreements on trade flows with proper specification of the gravity model
European Economic Review, 50(2):223-247.

Méndez, F and Sepúlveda, F (2006).
Corruption, growth and political regimes: Cross country evidence
European Journal of Political Economy, 22(1):82-98.

De Benedictis, L, De Santis, R, and Vicarelli, C (2005).
Hub-and-spoke or else? Free trade agreements in the 'enlarged' European Union
European Journal of Comparative Economics, 2(2):245-260.

Egger, P and Pfaffermayr, M (2005).
Trade, multinational sales, and FDI in a three-factor model
Review of International Economics, 13(4):659-675.

Egger, P and Winner, H (2005).
Evidence on corruption as an incentive for foreign direct investment
European Journal of Political Economy, 21(4):932-952.

De Groot, H, Linders, G, Rietveld, P, and Subramanian, U (2004).
The institutional determinants of bilateral trade patterns
Kyklos, 57(1):103-123.

Rodrik, D, Subramanian, A, and Trebbi, F (2004).
Institutions rule: The primacy of institutions over geography and integration in economic development
Journal of Economic Growth, 9(2):131-165.

Anderson, J and van Wincoop, E (2003).
Gravity with gravitas: A solution to the border puzzle
American Economic Review, 93(1):170-192.

Dollar, D and Kraay, A (2003).
Institutions, trade, and growth: Revisiting the evidence
The World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper Series(3004), Washington, D.C.

Anderson, J and Marcouiller, D (2002).
Insecurity and the pattern of trade: An empirical investigation
Review of Economics and Statistics, 84(2):342-352.