J. DAVID RICHARDSON



Department of Economics
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
347 Eggers Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, New York 13244-1090
(315) 443-4339/3843
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E-mail: jdrichar@maxwell.syr.edu

Visiting Fellow
Institute for International Economics
11 Dupont Circle, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
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E-mail: jdrichar@iie.com

PERSONAL

Born February 3, 1945
Married, to Karen Ruth, with daughters, Kristin Joy (born January 23, 1969); Laura Joy (born March 28, 1973)
Canadian citizen
United States resident

EDUCATION

B.A., May 1966, McGill University (Montreal, Quebec)

Ph.D., May 1970, University of Michigan
Dissertation: "Constant-Market-Shares" Analysis of Export Growth

CURRENT POSITIONS

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

HONORS AND AWARDS

BOOKS AND PUBLISHED MONOGRAPHS

  1. International Trade and Finance: Readings, edited with Robert E. Baldwin, three introductory essays each, Boston: Little Brown, 1974.

  2. The Impact of Multilateral Trade Liberalization on U.S. Labor, A Report Prepared at the Request of the Subcommittee on International Trade, Senate Finance Committee, U.S. Congress, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, June 1979; also appearing in abridged form in National Planning Association, New International Realities, 4 (October 1979), pp.1-9.

  3. Understanding International Economics: Theory and Practice, Boston: Little Brown, 1980.

  4. International Trade and Finance: Readings, edited with Robert E. Baldwin, three introductory essays each, second edition, Boston: Little Brown, 1981.

  5. Current U.S. Trade Policy: Analysis, Agenda, and Administration, edited with Robert E. Baldwin, NBER Conference Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1986.

  6. International Trade and Finance: Readings, edited with Robert E. Baldwin, five introductory essays each, third edition, Boston: Little Brown, 1986.

  7. Real-Financial Linkages Among Open Economies, edited with Sven W. Arndt, Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1987.

  8. Issues in the Uruguay Round, edited with Robert E. Baldwin, NBER Conference Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1988.

  9. International Economic Transactions: Issues in Measurement and Empirical Research, edited with Peter Hooper, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.

  10. Sizing Up U.S. Export Disincentives, Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics, 1993.

  11. Why Exports Really Matter!, with Karin Rindal, Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics and The Manufacturing Institute (National Association of Manufacturers), July 1995.

  12. Why Exports Matter: More!, with Karin Rindal, Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics and The Manufacturing Institute (National Association of Manufacturers), February 1996.

  13. Global Competition Policies: The Issues, with Edward M. Graham, Institute for International Economics Policy Analyses in International Economics No. .., .. 1997

  14. Global Competition Policies, edited with Edward M. Graham, with introductory and concluding chapters by the editors, forthcoming 1997, Institute for International Economics.

  15. Quiet Pioneering: Robert M. Stern and His International Economic Legacy, edited with Keith Maskus, Alan V. Deardorff, Peter Hooper, and Edward E. Leamer, Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, forthcoming 1997, in press.

  16. Why Global Integration Matters Most! [tentative title, formerly titled The Case for Trade: A Modern Reconsideration], forthcoming 1997, Institute for International Economics.

PAPERS IN JOURNALS AND REFEREED VOLUMES

  1. "Theoretical Considerations in the Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment," Western Economic Journal, 9 (March 1971), pp. 87-98.

  2. "'Constant-Market-Shares' Analysis of Export Growth," Journal of International Economics, I (June 1971), pp. 227-239.

  3. "Some Sensitivity Tests of a `Constant-Market-Shares' Analysis of Export Growth," Review of Economics and Statistics, 53 (August 1971), pp. 300-304.

  4. "On `Going Abroad:' The Firm's Initial Foreign Invest- ment Decision," Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, 11 (Winter 1971), pp. 7-22.

  5. "On Improving the Estimate of the Export Elasticity of Substitution," Canadian Journal of Economics, 5 (August 1972), pp. 349-57.

  6. "Monetary and Fiscal Policies for Internal and External Balance," Chapter 10 of Robert M. Stern, The Balance of Payments: Theory and Economic Policy, Chicago: Aldine, 1973, pp. 312-362.

  7. "Beyond (But Back To?) the Elasticity of Substitution in International Trade," European Economic Review, Symposium on Quantitative Research in International Trade, 4 (December 1973), pp. 381-92.

  8. "Some Disequilibrium Dynamics of Exchange-Rate Changes," with D.L. Brito, Journal of International Economics, 5 (February 1975), pp. 1-13.

  9. "Testing a Life-Cycle Hypothesis of the Balance-of-Pay- ments Effects of Multinational Corporations," with Martin F. Prachowny, Economic Inquiry, (formerly titled the Western Economic Journal), 13 (March 1975), pp. 81-98.

  10. "International Competitive Displacement From Environmental Control: The Quantitative Gains from Methodological Refinement," with John H. Mutti, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 4 ( , 1977), pp. 135-52.

  11. "Some Empirical Evidence on Commodity Arbitrage and the Law of One Price," Journal of International Economics, 8 (May 1978), pp. 341-51.

  12. "Welfare Effects on the United States of a Significant Multilateral Tariff Reduction," with Robert E. Baldwin and John H. Mutti, Journal of International Economics, 10 (August 1980), pp. 405-23.

  13. "Four Observations on Modern International Commercial Policy Under Floating Exchange Rates," in Karl Brunner and Allan H. Meltzer, eds., Monetary Regimes and Protectionism, Volume 16, Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Policy, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1982, pp. 187- 220.

  14. "International Trade, Indebtedness, and Welfare Reper- cussions Among Supply-Constrained Economies Under Floating Exchange Rates," with Bryce Hool, in Jagdeep S. Bhandari and Bluford H. Putnam with Jay H. Levin, eds., Economic Interdependence and Flexible Exchange Rates, Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 1983, pp. 402-424.

  15. "A Modified Examination Format," Journal of Economic Educa- tion, Spring 1984, pp. 157-159.

  16. "Strategic U.S. Trade Policy: A Survey of Issues and Early Analysis," with Gene M. Grossman, Princeton University, Department of Economics, International Finance Section, Special Papers in International Economics No. 15, 1985, also printed in abridged form as NBER Research Progress Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1984, abridged and reprinted in Robert E. Baldwin and J. David Richardson, eds.,

  17. International Trade and Finance: Readings, Boston: Little Brown, 1986, and in David A. Lake, ed., The International Political Economy of Trade, London: Edward Elgar, 1992.

  18. "Empirical Research on Trade Liberalization with Imperfect Competition: A Survey," OECD Economic Studies, 12 (Spring 1989), pp. 7-50.

  19. "The Political Economy of Strategic Trade Policy," International Organization, 44 (Winter 1990), pp. 107-135.

  20. "Mini-Symposium: The Political Economy of International Market Access, Introduction and Overview" with Robert E. Baldwin and Douglas Nelson, The World Economy, 15 (November 1992), pp. 679-683.

  21. "Income Inequality and Trade: How to Think, What to Conclude," Journal of Economic Perspectives, 9 (Summer 1995), pp. 35-55.

  22. "Sectoral Growth Across US States: Factor Content, Linkages, and Trade," with Pamela J. Smith, under second revise and resubmit at Journal of International Economics.

PAPERS IN EDITED BOOKS AND UNREFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  1. "Government Purchasing Policies, Other NTB's, and the International Monetary Crisis," with Robert E. Baldwin, in H.E. English and Keith A.J. Hay, eds., Obstacles to Trade in the Pacific Area: Proceedings of the Fourth Pacific Trade and Development Conference, Ottawa: Carleton University School of International Affairs, 1972, pp. 243-263.

  2. "The Subsidy Aspects of a 'Buy American' Policy in Government Purchasing," in Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, The Economics of Federal Subsidy Programs, Part 2 - International Subsidies, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972, pp. 220-243.

  3. "Estimating Demand and Supply Parameters for Imports Without Import Prices: Methodology and Empirical Results," American Statistical Association 1973 Pro- ceedings of the Business and Economic Statistics Section, Washington: American Statistical Association, 1974, pp. 132-41.

  4. "Some Issues in the Structural Determination of International Price Responsiveness," in Herbert G. Glejser, ed., Quantitative Studies of International Economic Relations, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1976, pp. 179-208.

  5. "Industrial Displacement Through Environmental Controls: The International Competitive Aspects," with John H. Mutti, in Ingo Walter, ed., Studies in International Environmental Economics, New York: John Wiley, 1976, pp. 57-102.

  6. "Crucial Issues for Current International Trade Policy," with Robert E. Baldwin and John H. Mutti, in David B.H. Denoon, ed., The New International Economic Order: A U.S. Response, New York: New York University Press, 1979, pp. 35-77.

  7. "Crucial Issues for Current International Trade Policy," in The 1978 Midyear Review of the Economy, Hearings before the Joint Economic Committee, United States Congress, Part 2, July 1978, pp. 429-72.

  8. "Some Observations on Exchange Rates, Fiscal Effective- ness, International Policy Coordination, and Exchange- Market Intervention," in Outlook and Budget Levels for Fiscal Years 1979 and 1980, Hearings before the Commit- tee on the Budget, U.S. House of Representatives, Part 2 (Public Witnesses), February 1979, pp. 692-723.

  9. "Trade Adjustment Assistance Under the U.S. Trade Act of 1974: An Analytical Examination and Worker Survey," in Jagdish N. Bhagwati, ed., Import Competition and Response, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982, pp. 321-57.

  10. "Issues and Options for U.S. Trade Policy in the 1980s: Some Research Perspectives," with Gene M. Grossman, NBER Research Progress Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1982.

  11. "Capacity, Competitiveness, and Capital Mobility in the World Economy: Challenges to U.S. Policy," with William H. Branson, in Carole Kitti and Alan Rapaport eds., International Economic Policy: A Colloquium on Phase I Research Findings, Washington: National Science Foundation, 1983, pp. II 54-70.

  12. "Worker Adjustment to U.S. International Trade: Programs and Prospects," in William R. Cline, ed., Trade Policy in the Eighties, Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics (distributed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press), 1983, pp. 393-424.

  13. "U.S. International Trade Policies in a World of Industrial Change," in Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Industrial Change and Public Policy, Kansas City: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, 1983, pp. 267-312.

  14. "The New Nexus Among Trade, Industrial and Exchange- Rate Policies," in Tamir Agmon, Robert G. Hawkins, and Richard M. Levich, eds., The Future of the International Monetary System, Lexington, Massachusetts: D. C. Heath, 1984.

  15. "Currents and Cross-Currents in the Flow of U.S. Trade Policy," in Robert E. Baldwin ed., Recent Issues and Initiatives in U.S. Trade Policy, NBER Conference Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1984, pp. 1-9.

  16. "Some Observations on the Adaptability of the U.S. Economy to Global Interdependence," in Ronald A. Morse and Shigenobu Yoshida, eds., Blind Partners: American and Japanese Responses to and Unknown Future, Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America for the Wilson Center (U.S.) and the National Institute for Research Advancement (Japan), 1985, pp. 93-97.

  17. "Factor Market Adjustment Policies in Response to Shocks," in John Whalley, ed., Domestic Policies and the International Environment, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985, pp. 171-181.

  18. "Some Links Between Exchange Rates and Trade Policy," in John Whalley, ed., Domestic Policies and the International Environment, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985, pp. 269-280.

  19. "U.S. Trade and the Dollar: Evaluating Current Policy Options," with Rachel McCulloch, in Robert E. Baldwin and J. David Richardson, eds., Current U.S. Trade Policy: Analysis, Agenda, and Administration, NBER Conference Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1986, pp. 49-75.

  20. "The New Political Economy of Trade Policy," in Paul Krugman, ed., Strategic Trade Policy and the New International Economics, Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1986, pp. 257-282.

  21. "Recent U.S. Trade Policy and Its Global Implications," with Robert E. Baldwin, in Colin I. Bradford, Jr. and William H. Branson, eds., Trade and Structural Change in Pacific Asia, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987, pp. 121-155.

  22. "'Strategic' Trade Policy: Research and Practice in the United States," in Richard G. Lipsey and Wendy Dobson, eds., Shaping Comparative Advantage, Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute and Prentice-Hall, 1987, pp. 91-107.

  23. "Real-Financial Linkages Among Open Economies: Overview," with Sven W. Arndt, in Arndt and Richardson, eds., Real-Financial Linkages Among Open Economies, Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1987, pp. 5-32.

  24. "Safeguards Issues in the Uruguay Round and Beyond," in Robert E. Baldwin and J. David Richardson, eds., Issues in the Uruguay Round, NBER Conference Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1988, pp. 24-46.

  25. "Exchange Rates and U.S. Auto Competitiveness," in Richard C. Marston, ed., Misalignment of Exchange Rates: Effects on Trade and Industry, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988, pp. 215-237.

  26. "International Coordination of Trade Policy," in Martin Feldstein, ed., International Economic Cooperation, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988, pp. 167-204.

  27. "The United States in the World Economy," in The Economic Outlook for 1990, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Department of Economics, Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics, 1989, pp. 110-120.

  28. "International Trade in Capital and Capital Goods," with Rachel McCulloch, in Ronald W. Jones and Anne O. Krueger, eds., The Political Economy of International Trade, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990, pp. 140-158.

  29. "Adjustments and Safeguards," in Peter Morici, ed., Making Free Trade Work: The Canada-U.S. Agreement, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Ballinger, for the Council on Foreign Relations, pp. 60-83.

  30. "International Trade, National Welfare, and the Workability of Competition: A Survey of Empirical Estimates," in Colin Carter, Alex McCalla and Jerry A. Sharples (1990), eds., New Developments in Trade Theory: Implications For Agricultural Trade Research, Boulder, Colorado: Westview, 1990.

  31. "International Economic Transactions: Issues in Measurement and Empirical Research, Introduction and Overview," with Peter Hooper, in Hooper and Richardson, eds., International Economic Transactions: Issues in Measurement and Empirical Research, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.

  32. "'New' Trade Theory and Policy a Decade Old: Assessment in a Pacific Context," in Richard Higgott, Richard Leaver, and John Ravenhill, eds., Pacific Economic Relations in the 1990s: Conflict or Cooperation?, London: Allen & Unwin, 1993.

  33. "Global Trade Flows: Old Structures, New Issues, Empirical Evidence," with Maria C. Papadakis and Richard C. Grant, in C. Fred Bergsten and Marcus Noland, eds., Pacific Dynamism and the International Economic System, Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics, 1993, proceedings of the 20th annual Pacific Trade and Development (PAFTAD) Conference.

  34. "U.S. Trade Policy in the 1990s: Turns -- and Roads Not Taken," in Martin Feldstein, ed., American Economic Policy in the 1990s, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994.

  35. "Productivity and International Trade: A Neglected Source of Improved U.S. Economic Performance?," in Dick Clark, ed., International Trade and The U.S. Economy, Proceedings of the Second Aspen Institute Conference, May 24-28, 1996, Washington, D.C.: 1996.

  36. "Competition Policies as Irritants to Asia Pacific Trade," forthcoming in David Robertson, ed., East-Asian Trade After The Uruguay Round, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ...

  37. "Determinants and Effectiveness of `Aggressively Unilateral' U.S. Trade Actions," with Kimberley Ann Elliott, forthcoming in Robert C. Feenstra, ed., Effects of U.S. Trade Protection and Promotion Policies, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997.

PUBLISHED REVIEWS, CRITIQUES, AND FOREWORDS

  1. Irving B. Kravis and Robert E. Lipsey, Price Competit- tiveness in World Trade, New York: Columbia University Press and National Bureau of Economic Research, 1971; in Journal of the American Statistical Association, 67 (June 1972), pp. 490-91.

  2. Cyrus Hui and Robert G. Hawkins, "Foreign Direct Investment and the U.S. Balance of Payments: A Cross- Section Model;" Robert E. Lipsey and Merle Yahr Weiss, "Analyzing Direct Investment and Trade at the Company Level;" American Statistical Assoication 1972 Proceed- ings of the Business and Economic Statistics Section, Washington: American Statistical Association, 1972, pp. 29-30.

  3. R.J. Ball, ed., The International Linkage of National Economic Models, Amsterdam and New York: North-Holland and American Elsevier, 1973; in Journal of Econometrics, 3 (February 1975), pp. 96-97.

  4. John E. Roemer, U.S.-Japanese Competition in Interna- tional Markets, Berkeley, California: Institute of International Studies Research Series Number 22, 1975; in Journal of International Economics, 6 (November 1976), pp. 393-94.

  5. Comments on a number of other contributions to The Effects of Exchange Rate Adjustment, edited by Peter B. Clark, Dennis E. Logue, and Richard James Sweeney, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977. Comments on pages 182-83, 314-16, and 405.

  6. Comment on Ray C. Fair, "On Modelling the Economic Linkages Among Countries," in Rudiger Dornbusch and Jacob A. Frenkel, eds., International Economic Policy: Theory and Evidence, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979, pp. 242-45.

  7. Comment on R.P. Dore, "Adjustment in Process: A Lan- cashire Town," in Jagdish N. Bhagwati, ed., Import Competition and Response, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982, pp. 318-20.

  8. Comment on Thomas D. Willett and John Mullen, "The Effects of Alternative International Monetary Systems on Macroeconomic Discipline and the Political Business Cycle," in Raymond E. Lombra and Willard E. Witte, eds., The Political Economy of Domestic and International Monetary Relations, Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1982, pp. 156-159.

  9. "Foreword" to Robert A. Feldman, The Impact of Oil Import Price Shocks: The Interactive Effects of Domestic Price Controls, the Exchange Rate, and Macro-Policy on Domestic Prices, Westview, 1982.

  10. Comment on C. Michael Aho and Thomas O. Bayard, "Costs and Benefits of Trade Adjustment Assistance," in Anne O. Krueger and Robert E. Baldwin, eds., Structure and Evolution of Recent U.S. Trade Policy, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984, pp. 192-193.

  11. John Whalley, Trade Liberalization Among Major World Trading Areas, Cambridge: Massachusetts, The MIT Press, 1985; in Journal of International Economics, 21 (November, 1986), pp. 372-376.

  12. Comment on Avinash Dixit, "How Should the U.S. Respond to Other Countries' Trade Policies?," in Robert M. Stern, ed., U.S. Trade Policies in a Changing World Economy, Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1987, pp. 287-290.

  13. Comment on William Baumol, David R. Dollar, and Edward Wolff, "The Factor Price Equalization Model and Industry Productivity: An Empirical Test Across Countries", in Robert C. Feenstra, ed., Empirical Methods for Interna- tional Trade, Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1987, pp. 48-49.

  14. Comment on Margaret Biggs, "Some International Implications of a Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement," in Robert M. Stern, Philip H. Trezise, and John Whalley, eds., Perspectives on a U.S.- Canadian Free Trade Agreement, Washington: The Brookings Institution, 1987, pp. 149-151.

  15. Comment on Norman S. Fieleke, "International Payments Imbalances in Heavily Indebted Developing Countries," Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, International Payments Imbalances in the 1980s, Conference Series No. 32, Boston: 1989, pp. 98-102.

  16. Comment on Bee Aw Roberts, "Estimating the Effect of Quantitative Restrictions in Imperfectly Competitive Markets," in Robert E. Baldwin, ed., Empirical Studies of Commercial Policy, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.

  17. Comment on J. Michael Finger and Sumana Dhar, "Do Rules Control Power: GATT Articles and Arrangements in the Uruguay Round," in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., Analytical and Negotiating Issues in the Global Trading System, forthcoming, ...

  18. Elhanan Helpman and Paul R. Krugman, Trade Policy and Market Structure, Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1989; in Journal of Economic Literature, 30 (June 1992), pp. 906-908.

  19. National Academy of Sciences, Finding Common Ground: U.S. Export Controls in a Changed Global Environment, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1991; in Journal of Economic Literature, 30 (December 1992), pp. 2153 -2154.

  20. Sir Leon Brittan, "A Framework for International Competition," in International Economic Insights, 3 (March/April 1992), pp. 21-22.

  21. Jagdish Bhagwati, The World Trading System at Risk and Aggressive Unilateralism..., in Regulation, pp. .

  22. "Nafta as Building Block," in Sven W. Arndt and Robert M. Dunn, Jr., Nafta Faces the Congress: A Lowe Institute Policy Study, Claremont, California: Lowe Institute of Political Economy, September 1993, pp. 30-31.

  23. Comment on J. Michael Finger and Sumana Dhar, ""Do Rules Contain Power: GATT Articles and Arrangements," in Alan V. Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., Analytical and Negotiating Issues in the Global Trading System, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994, pp.

  24. Robert A. Blecker, Beyond the Twin Deficits: A Trade Strategy for the 1990s, Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1992, in Journal of Economic Literature, 32 (June 1994), pp. 701-702.

  25. Comment on Dani Rodrik, "Taking Trade Policy Seriously: Export Subsidization as a Case Study in State Capabilities," in Alan V. Deardorff, James A. Levinsohn, and Robert M. Stern, eds., New Directions in Trade Theory, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995, pp. 388-391.

  26. Comment on J. Michael Finger, "Can Dispute Settlement Contribute to an International Agreement (Institutional Order) on Locational Competition?", in Horst Siebert, ed., Locational Competition in the World Economy, Tubingen:J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1995, pp. 309-316.

  27. Comment on Louis Jacobson, "An Assessment of Policy Responses Aimed at Reducing The Costs to Workers of Structural Change Due to International Competition and Other Factors," in Susan M. Collins, ed., Imports, Exports, and the American Worker, Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, forthcoming ...

  28. Comment on Drusilla K, Brown, Alan V. Deardorff, Simeon D. Djankov, and Robert M. Stern, "An Economic Assessment of the Integration of Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland into the European Union," in Stanley W. Black, ed., Europe's Economy Looks East: Implications for Germany and the EU, London: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

  29. Comment on Bernard Hoekman, "Trade and Competition Policy in the WTO System," in The Emerging WTO System and Perspectives from East Asia, Joint U.S.- Korea Academic Studies, 7 (1997, proceedings of the 7th Annual U.S.- Korea Academic Symposium, pp. 114-115.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS

  1. "Some Christian Doubts About Economic Dogmas," in Peter Wilkes, ed., Christianity Challenges the University, Chicago: Inter-Varsity Press, 1981, pp. 51-62, reprinted in Calvin College, Department of Economics and Business,

  2. Through the Eye of a Needle: Readings on Stewardship and Justice, Third Edition, Grand Rapids, Michigan: Calvin College, pp. 86-94.

  3. Comment on interview with George Gilder, Christianity Today, February 4, 1983, pp. 28-29.

  4. "A National Program at Wisconsin: Encouraging Minority Students in Economics," with Ellen Jacobson, Rachel McCulloch, and Nancy Sugden, L & S Magazine, 3 (Fall 1985), University of Wisconsin, pp. 22-24.

  5. "Frontiers in Economics and Christian Scholarship," Christian Scholar's Review, 17 (June 1988), pp. 381-400.

  6. "Foreword" to Jim Halteman, Market Capitalism and Christianity, Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1988.

  7. "Labor Market Pressures on the Typical Worker," International Economic Insights, 5 (September/October 1992), p. 16.

  8. "What Should (Christian) Economists Do? ... Economics!", Bulletin of the Association of Christian Economists, 23 (Spring 1994), pp. 16-36.

UNPUBLISHED PAPERS MONOGRAPHS, REPORTS

  1. "A Comment on Import Restriction as an Instrument of Balance-of-Payments Policy."

  2. "Export Structure and Competitive Performance: A Technique and Results for 1960-65," with Richard Kopcke.

  3. "Altering the World of Competitors in a 'Constant- Market-Shares' Analysis of Export Growth."

  4. The Response of Imports and Domestic Demand to Price, Tariff, and Exchange Rate Changes: A Structural Estimation Study for Selected U.S. Manufactures, mimeo- graphed, prepared under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Economic Affairs, contract SCC-1005-08817-70.

  5. "Devaluation and the Terms of Trade," Social Systems Research Institute Discussion Paper QM 7103.

  6. "The Pure Theory of International Capital Movements."

  7. "Commercial Policy and Functional Income Distribution in the United States," with Robert A. Baade, Working Paper Number 12 on The Impact of Selected Programs on the Distribution of Income.

  8. "The Economic Council of Canada's 'Relative Price Per- formance Indicator': A Critique."

  9. "Foreign Investment and Artful Nationalism: Some Political/Economic Generalizations and Interpretations of Philippine Experience."

  10. Money, Power, and Bilateral Trade, with D.L. Brito, Social Systems Research Institute Discussion Paper 7603.

  11. "Some Disequilibrium Dynamics of Exchange-Rate Change," with D.L. Brito, October 1977.

  12. "'Imported Inflation' Under Variable Exchange Rates: Some Transmission Channels."

  13. Investigation of Possibilities for a Commodity Agreement in Natural Uranium, with Dagobert L. Brito and Gordon W. Smith, mimeographed, prepared under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State, contract.

  14. Final Report: Survey of Trade Adjustment Assistance Recipients, with Walter Corson, Walter Nicholson, and Andrea Vayda, a report to the Office of Foreign Economic Affairs, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, U.S. Department of Labor, contract J9K70010 from Mathematica Policy Research, Incorporated, December 1979.

  15. A Dynamic Disaggregated Analysis of U.S. Consumer Demand for Automobiles and Television Receivers, with Laurits R. Christensen and Dennis M. Keane, a report to the Bureau of International Labor Affairs, U.S. Department of Labor, contract J9K60019, from Data Resources, Incorporated, December 1980.

  16. Research Issues Relating to International Trade and Jobs, June 1981.

  17. "Some Personal Reflections on Madison '82"

  18. "Changing Structure of International Trade and Finance: Trends, Conjectures, Reflections, and Issues."

  19. Final Report: American Economic Association Summer Minority Program, Summers of 1983, 1984, 1985, assisting Ellen Jacobson, who was principal author, December 1985.

  20. "Trade Policy Implications of 'Strategic' Economic Models."

  21. "Structural Change and Trade Adjustment Within the Pacific Basin: Data and Discussion Points."

  22. "Some Political Economy of U.S. Trade Policy and International Factor Mobility."

  23. "International Policy Transmission and Domestic Policy Effectiveness in Equilibria with Price Rigidities," with Bryce Hool.

  24. "Power and Trade," with D.L. Brito.

  25. "Sufficiency or Insufficiency of Empirical Conditions for Tacit Collusion in the U.S. Auto Market," with Val Eugene Lambson.

  26. "Factor Content Determinants of U.S. State Exports: an Empirical Exploration," with Pamela J. Smith.

  27. "State Export Determinants and Wisconsin Policy Implications," with Pamela J. Smith, Robert M. LaFollette Institute for Public Policy Research, Issues Paper No., University of Wisconsin.

  28. "...," with Robert Aubey, Neil Richardson, and Frank Siciliano,

BOOKS AND PAPERS SUBMITTED, PENDING, OR IN PROCESS

  1. "Sectoral Growth and Exports by U.S. States: Early Results from Augmented Factor-Content Approaches," with Pamela J. Smith.

  2. "Intra-National, Inter-regional Trade in Manufactures: What Can We Learn from the United States in 1963?", with David Greytak and Pamela J. Smith, forthcoming in Baldwin, Lipsey, and Richardson Chicago Press CRIW volume, below.

  3. Geography and Ownership as Bases for Economic Accounting, edited with Robert E. Baldwin and Robert E. Lipsey, forthcoming Chicago: University of Chicago Press for the National Bureau of Economic Research, Studies in Income and Wealth Volume ??.

  4. "US Market Labor Power and Linkages to International Trade: Identifying Suspects and Measures," with Elena B. Khripounova, first draft.

  5. "Why Exports Are Worth Promoting," first draft for a Council on Foreign Relations Study Group on American Commercial Diplomacy in Asia, to be revised for ...

  6. "US Performance and Trade Strategy in a Shifting Global Economy," with Armando E. Rodriguez and Chi Zhang, first draft, forthcoming in Geza Feketekuty and ..., eds., ..., ..., proceedings of a conference at the Monterey Institute, October 1996.

  7. "Why Christian Scholarship Must First of All Be Good Scholarship," to be prepared for a Pew Evangelical Scholars Program and Coalition for Christian Colleges and Universities Conference on Reviving the Christian Mind, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, April 17-20, 1997.
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