Off the Cliff and Back? Credit Conditions and International Trade during the Global Financial Crisis
NBER Working Paper No. 16174
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We thank the editor, Charles Engel, and two anonymous referees for their detailed comments. We also thank Jae Bin Anh, Pol Antrás, Bo Becker, Marco Bugamelli, Jeanne Gobat, Robert Hall, Dirk Jenter, Luc Laeven, Philippe Martin, Marc Melitz, Dennis Novy, Monika Piazessi, Heiwai Tang, Daniel Treer, and David Weinstein for insightful conversations, as well as audiences at the 2010 AEA meetings, the EITI conference (Keio University), the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore), the CEGE Annual Conference (UC Davis), the NY Fed Conference on Global Dimensions of the Financial Crisis, the NBER-SLOAN Project on Market Institutions and Financial Market Risk, the NBER ITI winter 2010 meeting, the Asia Pacific Trade Seminars (Osaka), Harvard international lunch, University of New South Wales, Nanyang Technological University, and Singapore Management University. Carlo Antonio Cabrera, Vera Eidelman, Chan Li, Jun Jia Ng, Zhicheng Song, and Abiy Teshome provided excellent research assistance. This project was supported by a Stanford Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Faculty Grant and SMU Office of Research Grant No. 09-C244-SMU-010. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.