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Publications Archive

The Center for International Business pursues research on a variety of topics that affect business throughout the world. Many of the center's research findings can be found in books, articles, and cases written by center members.

Articles and Working Papers (PDFs)

"Competing Against Low-Cost Countries", Andrew Bernard with Peter Koerte, MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter 2008)

"Firms in International Trade", Andrew Bernard with J. Bradford Jensen, Stephen Redding and Peter Schott, Journal of Economic Perspectives (Summer 2007)

"A New Deal for Globalization", Matthew Slaughter, Foreign Affairs (July/August 2007)

"Firm Structure, Multinationals, and Manufacturing Plant Deaths"
Andrew Bernard with J. Bradford Jensen,
The Review of Economics and Statistics (May 2007)

"Importers, Exporters, and Multinationals: A Portrait of Firms in the U.S. that Trade Goods", Andrew Bernard with Stephen Redding and Peter K. Schott (May 2007)

"Effects of Terms of Trade Gains and Tariff Changes on the U.S. Standard of Living and Productivity Measurement," Matthew Slaughter with Robert C. Feenstra and Marshall B. Reinsdorf (2007)

"Globalization, Multinationals, and the Elasticity of Labor Demand," Matthew Slaughter with Jonathan E. Haskel (2007)

"Productivity Growth, Knowledge Flows, and Spillovers," Matthew Slaughter with Gustavo Crespi, Chiara Criscuolo, and Jonathan E. Haskel (2007)

"Strategic Responses to Multiple Dimensions of Low-Cost-Country Competition", Andrew Bernard with Peter Koerte (February 2007)

"Comparative Advantage and Heterogeneous Firms", Andrew Bernard with Stephen Redding and Peter Schott, Review of Economic Studies (January 2007)

"Does Inward Foreign Direct Investment Boost the Productivity of Domestic Firms?" Matthew Slaughter with Jonathan E. Haskel and Sonia Pereira, Review of Economics and Statistics, 89(2) (2007)

"Globalization and Declining Unionization in the United States," Matthew Slaughter, Industrial Relations, 46(2) (2007)

"Public Finance and Individual Preferences Over Globalization Strategies ," Matthew Slaughter with Gordon H. Hanson and Kenneth F. Scheve, Economics and Politics, 19(1) (2007)