Measuring the Dynamic Gains from Trade

  title={Measuring the Dynamic Gains from Trade},
  author={Romain Wacziarg},
  • Romain Wacziarg
  • Published 1998
Romain Wacziarg is with the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. His e-mail address is This article was written while the author was a visiting scholar in the World Bank’s Development Prospects Group. The author thanks François Bourguignon, Milan Brahmbhatt, Francesco Caselli, Uri Dadush, David Dollar, Jean Imbs, Norman Loayza, Francisco Rodríguez, JeanFrançois Ruhashyankiko, José Tavares, Athanasios Vamvakidis, Alan Winters, and three anonymous referees… CONTINUE READING
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