Center for Global Development
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Institutional Affiliations: Center for Global Development and IZA
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NBER Working Papers and Publications
|May 2017||The Labor Market Effects of Refugee Waves: Reconciling Conflicting Results|
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Published: Michael A. Clemens & Jennifer Hunt, 2019. "The Labor Market Effects of Refugee Waves: Reconciling Conflicting Results," ILR Review, vol 72(4), pages 818-857. citation courtesy of
|February 2017||Immigration Restrictions as Active Labor Market Policy: Evidence from the Mexican Bracero Exclusion|
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Published: Michael A. Clemens & Ethan G. Lewis & Hannah M. Postel, 2018. "Immigration Restrictions as Active Labor Market Policy: Evidence from the Mexican Bracero Exclusion," American Economic Review, vol 108(6), pages 1468-1487. citation courtesy of
|December 2002||Closed Jaguar, Open Dragon: Comparing Tariffs in Latin America and Asia before World War II|
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Published: Michael A. Clemens and Jeffrey G. Williamson (2011), “Why were Latin America’s tariffs so much higher than Asia’s before 1950?”, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 30 (1): 12–39.
|September 2002||Why Did the Tariff-Growth Correlation Reverse After 1950?|
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Published: Clemens, Michael A. and Jeffrey G. Williamson. "Why Did The Tariff-Growth Correlation Change After 1950?," Journal of Economic Growth, 2004, v9(1,Mar), 5-46.
|September 2001||A Tariff-Growth Paradox? Protection's Impact the World Around 1875-1997|
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|December 2000||Where did British Foreign Capital Go? Fundamentals, Failures and the Lucas Paradox: 1870-1913|
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Published: Michael A. Clemens and Jeffrey G. Williamson (2004), “Wealth Bias in the First Global Capital Market Boom, 1870–1913”, Economic Journal, 114 (495): 304–337.