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Langhammer, R.J. (1989). Trade in Manufactures between Asian Pacific Rim Countries. ASEAN Economic Bulletin, 6(1):94–109.

Langhammer, R.J. (1992). The NAFTA: Another Futile Trade Area (AFTA) or a Serious Approach towards Regionalism? Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Kiel Working Paper 195.

Langhammer, R.J. (1999). Regional Integration APEC Style: Lessons from Regional Integration EU Style. ASEAN Economic Bulletin, 16(1):1–17.

Langhammer, R.J. (2004). Revealed Comparative Advantages in the Services Trade of the United States, the European Union and Japan: What Do They Tell Us? The Journal of World Investment & Trade, 5(6):887–896.

Langhammer, R.J. (2005). The EU Offer of Service Trade Liberalization in the Doha Round: Evidence of a Not-Yet-Perfect Customs Union. Journal of Common Market Studies, 43(2):311–325.

Langhammer, R.J. (2005). China and the the G-21: A New North-South Divide in the WTO after Cancun? Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 10(3):339–358.

Langhammer, R.J. (2008). Why a Market Place Must Not Discriminate: The Case Against a US-EU Free Trade Agreement. Kiel Institute for the World Economy., Kiel Working Paper 1407.

Langhammer, R.J. (2011). Does International Trade Catch Up with National Trade of Countries? Yes. The International Trade Journal, 25(4):398–417.

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