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John Romalis
John Romalis
The University of Sydney, School of Economics
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Trade and the global recession
J Eaton, S Kortum, B Neiman, J Romalis
American Economic Review 106 (11), 3401-38, 2016
7362016
Factor proportions and the structure of commodity trade
J Romalis
American Economic Review 94 (1), 67-97, 2004
7332004
International prices and endogenous quality
RC Feenstra, J Romalis
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (2), 477-527, 2014
6322014
US imports, exports, and tariff data, 1989-2001
RC Feenstra, J Romalis, PK Schott
National bureau of economic research, 2002
6182002
NAFTA's and CUSFTA's Impact on International Trade
J Romalis
The review of Economics and Statistics 89 (3), 416-435, 2007
6072007
Monetary Policy and Bubbles: A Simple Model| RDP 9709: Asset-Price Bubbles and Monetary Policy
C Kent, P Lowe
Reserve Bank of Australia Research Discussion Papers, 1997
321*1997
Tariff reductions, entry, and welfare: Theory and evidence for the last two decades
L Caliendo, RC Feenstra, J Romalis, AM Taylor
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
1902015
Identifying the relationship between trade and exchange rate volatility
C Broda, J Romalis
Commodity Prices and Markets, East Asia Seminar on Economics 20, 79-110, 2011
1592011
Market access, openness and growth
J Romalis
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2007
1472007
The welfare implications of rising price dispersion
C Broda, J Romalis
University of Chicago mimeo 3, 2009
1282009
Inequality and prices: does China benefit the poor in America?
C Broda, J Romalis
University of Chicago, 2008
982008
How did China's WTO entry benefit US consumers?
M Amiti, M Dai, RC Feenstra, J Romalis
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12076, 2017
842017
NAFTA’s and CUSFTA’s Impact on North American Trade
J Romalis
University of Chicago, 2002
812002
How did China's WTO entry affect US prices?
M Amiti, M Dai, RC Feenstra, J Romalis
Journal of International Economics 126, 103339, 2020
572020
Would rich country trade preferences help poor countries grow? Evidence from the generalized system of preferences
J Romalis
Unpublished, University of Chicago, 2003
402003
Will the Doha Round Lead to Preference Erosion?
M Amiti, J Romalis
IMF Working Paper, 2006
282006
Will the Doha Round Lead to Preference Erosion?
M Amiti, J Romalis
IMF Staff Papers 54 (2), 338-384, 2007
272007
Capital taxes, trade costs, and the Irish miracle
J Romalis
Journal of the European Economic Association 5 (2-3), 459-469, 2007
222007
The value of foreign ownership
J Romalis
Economic and Business Review 13 (1-2), 107-118, 2011
182011
Would Rich Country Trade Preferences Help Poor Countries Grow?
J Romalis
Evidence from the Generalized System of Preferences. Chicago, February …, 2003
152003
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