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Bilateralism and Regionalism in Japanese and U.S. Trade and Direct Foreign Investment Patterns
We apply a modified 'gravity model' incorporating measures of factor endowments to analyze Japanese and U.S. bilateral trade flows and direct foreign investment positions with a sample of around 100Expand
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A Search and Learning Model of Export Dynamics
Customs record data reveal a number of patterns in relationships Colombian firms have with their U.S. buyers. We interpret these patterns in terms of a continuous-time model in which heterogeneousExpand
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Two-sided Search in International Markets
We develop a dynamic model of the many-to-many matching processes through which international business relationships are formed. Our formulation characterizes exporters' and importers' search effortsExpand
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Attitudes of contemporary parents toward behavior management techniques used in pediatric dentistry.
PURPOSE The objective of this study was to examine parental attitudes toward behavior management techniques currently used in pediatric dentistry. METHODS Fifty-five parents viewed videotapedExpand
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Sovereign Debt, Reputation, and Credit Terms
  • J. Eaton
  • Economics, Business
  • 1 August 1990
I develop a model in which sovereign debtors repay debt in order to maintain a reputation for repayment. Repayment gives creditors reason to think that the debtor will suffer adverse consequences ifExpand
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Export Dynamics in Colombia: Transactions Level Evidence
We examine Colombian export transaction data from customs records in several dimensions. We begin with some basic statistics on the number and frequency of export transactions by a firm, overall andExpand
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Obstfeld and Rogoff's International Macro Puzzles: A Quantitative Assessment
Obstfeld and Rogoff (2001) propose that trade frictions lie behind key puzzles in international macroeconomics. We take a dynamic multicountry model of international trade, production, and investmentExpand
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O¤shoring, Wages, and Employment: Evidence from data matching imports, rms, and workers
How are wages and employment of manufacturing workers a¤ected by globalization and, in particular, by the sourcing strategies of their employing …rms ? What is the role of unions in this process ? IExpand
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