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NBER Working Papers by James E. Rauch

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December 2013Employee Spinouts, Social Networks, and Family Firms
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October 2012Mobilizing Social Capital Through Employee Spinoffs
with Marc-Andreas Muendler: w18459
April 2010Client-Based Entrepreneurship
with Joel Watson: w15933
January 2010Employee Spinoffs and Other Entrants: Stylized Facts from Brazil
with Oana Hirakawa, Marc-Andreas Muendler: w15638
January 2009Adaptation and the Boundary of Multinational Firms
with Arnaud Costinot, Lindsay Oldenski: w14668
June 2007Development Through Synergistic Reform
w13170
December 2005Neckties in the Tropics: A Model of International Trade and Cultural Diversity
with Vitor Trindade: w11890
January 2002Entrepreneurship in International Trade
with Joel Watson: w8708
April 2000Information and Globalization: Wage Co-Movements, Labor Demand Elasticity, and Conventional Trade Liberalization
with Vitor Trindade: w7671
June 1999Ethnic Chinese Networks in International Trade
with Vitor Trindade: w7189
March 1999Starting Small in an Unfamiliar Environment
with Joel Watson: w7053
June 1998Overcoming Informational Barriers to International Resource Allocation: Prices and Group Ties
with Alessandra Casella: w6628
September 1997Anonymous Market and Group Ties in International Trade
with Alessandra Casella: w6186
August 1997Openness, Specialization, and Productivity Growth in Less Developed Countries
with Diana Weinhold: w6131
June 1996Networks versus Markets in International Trade
w5617
Trade and Search: Social Capital, Sogo Shosha, and Spillovers
w5618
July 1995Choosing a Dictator: Bureaucracy and Welfare in Less Developed Polities
w5196
December 1994Bureaucracy, Infrastructure, and Economic Growth: Evidence from U.S. Cities During the Progressive Era
w4973
February 1994Balanced and Unbalanced Growth
w4659
April 1993Does History Matter Only When it Matters Little? The Case of City-Indu try Location
w4312
November 1991Productivity Gains From Geographic Concentration of human Capital: Evidence From the Cities
w3905
June 1991Economic Development, Urban Underemployment, and Income Inequality
w3758
January 1991Reconciling the Pattern of Trade with the Pattern of Migration
w3605
November 1990Comparative Advantage, Geographic Advantage, and the Volume of Trade
w3512

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