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Journal Articles/Op-ed

  • “Global Economy and the Service Sectors”, with KC Fung, N. Aminian and A. Garcia-Herrero, Guest co-editors for a special issue in the International Journal of Services, Economics and Management, InderScience Publishers, submitted and forthcoming.

  • “Impact of Zimbabwe’s Decade of Dynamics in Reverse on its Exports Performance,” (with Bartlomiej Kaminski), African Development Review, African Development Bank publication, submitted and forthcoming.

  • “Regional Productive Complementarity and Competitiveness,” (with Renato Baumann), International Trade Journal, 26(4), 2012, forthcoming.

  • “Measuring Trade in a World of Fragmented Production,” (with A. Mattoo and Z. Wang), World Bank Research Digest, 5(4), summer 2011.

  • Why is the Doha Round failing? Lessons for the future, (with A. Mattoo and A. Subramanian), States News Service, op-ed., 19 May 2011.

  • The Elephant in the ‘Green Room’: China and the Doha Round, (with Aaditya Mattoo and Arvnid Subramanian), VoxEU.org and CEPR, revised version, May 21, 2011.

  • The Elephant in the ‘Green Room’: China and the Doha Round, (with Aaditya Mattoo and Arvnid Subramanian), PIIE Policy Brief, PB11-3, Peterson Institute for International Economics: Washington, D.C., May 2011.

  • The Evolution of Agricultural Trade Flows, (with A. Aksoy), VoxEU.org and CEPR, July 30, 2010.

  • The Future of the World Trading System, (with Will Martin), by Uri Dadush, International Economic Bulletin, ed-op., Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, July 14, 2010.

  • “China and Central & Eastern European Countries: Regional Networks, Global Supply Chain or International Competitors?” with KC Fung, I. Korhonen and K. Li, Journal of Economic Integration, 24(3): 476-504, September 2009.

  • “Challenges abound as Africa Seeks to Penetrate Global Markets,” with A. Yeats, Newspaper op-ed, Business Daily (Africa), August 24, 2009.

  • “Operationalizing special and differential treatment in the World Trade Organization: game over?” by Andrew D. Mitchell, Tania Voon, op-ed., Global Governance, 343, 15(3), 1 July 2009.

  • “A Comparative Analysis of Trade and Economic Integration in East Asia and Latin America”, with KC Fung and N. Aminian, Economic Change and Restructuring, 42(1): 105-137, May 2009.

  • “Food Price Increases and Net Food Importing Countries: Lessons from the Recent Past”, with A. Aksoy, Agricultural Economics, 39(1): 443-452, December 2008.

  • “Biggest Need, Fewest Resources”, with K. Yourish, Newspaper op-ed, The Washington Post, April 28, 2008.

  • “China's rising influence in Asia: implications for U.S. policy”, by Frost, Ellen L. Przystup, James J. Saunders, Phillip C., op-ed.,  Strategic Forum, 1, Issue 231, 1 April 2008.

  • “Turkey’s Evolving Trade Integration into Pan-European Markets”, with B. Kaminski, Journal of International Trade and Diplomacy, Vol.1, No. 2, Fall 2007, pp.35-103.

  • “Bulgaria Integration into Pan-European Economy”, with B. Kaminski, Beyond Transition, Vol.18, No.1, Spring 2007, pp.13-14.

  • “Production Disintegration and Integration of Central Europe into Global Markets”, with B. Kaminski, International Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 14, No. 3, 2005, pp.377-390.

  • “Multilateral Trade Negotiations in the GATT and the WTO: Lessons for Asia,” with KC Fung and et al., Asian Economic Papers, Vol. 3, No. 2, Summer 2004.

  • “Agricultural Tariffs or Subsidies: Which Are More Important for Developing Countries?” with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, World Bank Economic Review, Vol. 18, No.2, 2004, pp.175-204.

  • “Export Profiles of Small Landlocked Countries: What are Their Implications for Lesotho?” with A. Yeats, South African Journal of Economics, Vol. 72, No.1, March 2004, pp.153-186.

  • "Eliminating Excessive Tariffs in Exports of Least Developed Countries”, with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, World Bank Economic Review, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2002, pp.1-21.

  • “Open Economies Work Better! Did Africa’s Protectionist Policies Cause its Marginalization in World Trade?”, with A. Yeats, World Development, Vol. 25, No. 6, 1997, pp.889-904.

  • “What Caused Sub-Saharan Africa’s Marginalization in World Trade?” with A. Yeats et al, Finance and Development, December 1996, pp.38-41.

  • “Protectionism No Defence for Africa”, with A. Yeats, Newspaper op-ed, Financial Times, October 9, 1996.

Chapters in Books

  • The Fragmentation of Global Production and Trade in Value-Added – Developing New Measures of Cross Border Trade, co-organizer of World Bank Trade International Workshop on June 6-10 at World Bank Headquarter, Washington, D.C., 2011.

  • “International and Domestic Food Prices”, with A. Aksoy, Chapter 3, Food Prices and Rural Poverty, edited by A. Aksoy and B. Hoekman, World Bank and CEPR Publication, 2010.

  • “Net Food Importing Countries: The Impact of Recent Price Increases”, with A. Aksoy, Chapter 6, Food  Prices and Rural Poverty, edited by A. Aksoy and B. Hoekman, World Bank and CEPR Publication, 2010.

  • “Foreign Direct Investments in Cross Border Infrastructure Projects”, with KC Fung and A. Garcia-Herrero, Chapter 4 (16), Infra for a Seamless Asia: Infrastructure and Regional Cooperation, Vol. II, Asian Development Bank Institute Publication, 2010.

  • “Domestic Investment, Alternative Sources of Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in China”, with KC Fung, B. Chantasasawat and A. Siu, Chapter 6, The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China, edited by Linda Yueh, Routledge Curzon Press, 2009.

  • “Trade Trends and Patterns and Labor Competitiveness”, with S. Kathuria, Chapter 2, Western Balkan Integration and the EU: an Agenda for Trade and Growth, edited by Sanjay Kathuria, Washington DC: World Bank Publication, 2008.

  • “Integration of Market vs. Integration by Agreement”, with N. Aminian and KC Fung, paper presented at WTO Conference on The New Agenda for International Trade Relations as the Doha Round Draws to an End, 2007 at Barcelona, Spain, Conference Proceedings, by WTO and OBREAL, Marcial Pons Press (Spanish Publisher), 2007.

  • "The Impact of Agricultural Support Policies on Developing Countries", with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, Chapter 4, Reforming Agricultural Trade for Developing Countries, edited by A. McCalla and J. Nash, Vol. 1, Washington DC: World Bank Publication, 2007.

  • "Reducing Agricultural Tariffs or Domestic Support: Which is More Important for Developing Countries?" with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, Chapter 3, Reforming Agricultural Trade for Developing Countries, edited by A. McCalla and J. Nash, Vol. 2, Washington DC: World Bank Publication, 2007.

  • “Agricultural Subsidies and Developing Country Trade,” with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, Book Chapter, Sourcebook on Agricultural Trade Policies, Washington DC: World Bank Publication, 2006.

  • “Trade Patterns and Performance of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union since the Transition”, with A. Moubayed, Chapter 2, From Disintegration to Reintegration: Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union in International Trade, Harry Broadman (ed.), Washington, DC: World Bank Publication, 2005.

  • “Tariff Peaks and Preferences,” with M.Olarreaga, and “Patterns of Trade and Protection, Trade Indicators and Indices”, (appendix) in Development, Trade and the WTO: A Handbook, B. Hoekman, A. Mattoo and P. English (eds.), co-publication of World Bank and Oxford University Press, 2002.

  • “Accessing the Incidence of Agricultural Support Policies on Developing Countries”, with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, in World Bank Poverty Reduction Strategy Sourcebook, Washington DC: World Bank Publication, 2002.

  • “Antidumping as Safeguard Policy”, with M. Finger and S. Wangchuk, Chapter 6, Issues and Options for U.S.-Japan Trade Policies, R. Stern (ed.), The University of Michigan Press, 2002, pp.139-164.

  • “Production Sharing in East Asia,” with A. Yeats, Chapter 5, Global Production and Trade in East Asia, L. Cheng and H. Kierzkowski (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001, pp.63-109.

  • “Beyond the Year 2000: Implications of the Middle East’s Recent Trade Performance,” with A. Yeats, Chapter 1, Catching Up with the Competition: Trade Opportunities and Challenges for Arab Countries, B. Hoekman and J. Zarrouk (eds.), The University of Michigan Press, 2000, pp.9-44.

  • Did Domestic Policies Marginalize Africa in International Trade? with A.Yeats and et al., World Bank Directions in Development, 1997.


Other Papers

  • “Zimbabwe’s Foreign Trade Performance: Developments, Trends, and Implications,” (with B. Kaminski), Chapter in Integrated Framework: Diagnostic Trade Integration Study, UNDP/WTO/World Bank, 2011, forthcoming.

  • “Sri Lanka’s External Performance: Economic Regime, Policies, and Mode of Integrating into Global Markets,” (with B. Kaminski), Chapter in Integrated Framework: Diagnostic Trade Integration Study, UNDP/WTO/World Bank, 2011, forthcoming.

  • “Regional Productive Complementarity and Competitiveness,” (with Renato Baumann), Brazil IPEA Technical Paper Series, (Portuguese), forthcoming.

  • Bulgaria: Public Expenditures for Growth and Competitiveness, Chapter 3, World Bank ECA Region, PREM Unit, Report No. 62774-BG, June 2011.

  • Foreign Direct Investment in Cross-Border Infrastructure Projects, (with KC Fung and A. Garcia-Herrero), ADBI Working Paper Series, No. 274, Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute, April 2011.

  • Notes on Liberalization of Trade and Trade Barriers on Climate-Friendly Technologies, Background paper on APEC Report: Production and Trade Development in Climate Change Industries, World Bank East Asia and Pacific Region, 2010.

  • The Evolution of Agricultural Trade Flow, with A. Aksoy, World Bank Institute Paper on teaching materials of WBI’s course, 2009.

  • China and Central & Eastern European Countries: Regional Networks, Global Supply Chain or International Competitors? with KC Fung, I. Korhonen and K. Li, Bank of Finland BOFIF Discussion Papers, 9/2008, 2008.

  • Assessment of Philippines External Competitiveness, (with Vera Songwe), World Bank East Asia Region Working Paper Series, Draft, February 2008.

  • “Integration of Market vs. Integration by Agreement”, (with N. Aminian and KC Fung), paper presented at WTO Conference on The New Agenda for International Trade Relations as the Doha Round Draws to an End on January 29-30, 2007 at Barcelona, Spain; Conference Proceedings, by WTO and OBREAL, Marcial Pons Press (Spanish Publisher), 2007.

  • Kenya: Unleashing the Potential for Trade and Growth, with A. Yeats, Chapter 2, World Bank Africa Region Economic Report, No. 37688-KE, February 2007.

  • Bulgaria: The Road to Successful EU Integration – The Policy Agenda, with B. Kaminski, Chapter 3, Bulgaria’s CEM, World Bank ECA Region, Report No. 34233-BG, November 2005.

  • Kenya: Export Prospects and Problem, with A. Yeats, World Bank Africa Region Working Paper Series, No. 90, October 2005.

  • “Note on Sources of Tariff Reductions in Developing Countries”, with Will Martin, Background paper for World Bank Global Economic Prospects, 2005.

  • Reducing Agricultural Tariffs versus Domestic Support: What’s More Important for Developing Countries? with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, CEPR Discussion Paper Series, No. 3576, October 2002.

  • Notes on Aspects of the Global Trade Agenda, with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, Brief on WTO Ministerial Conference at Monterrey, March 2002.

  • What Can Africa Export From Its Traditional Exports? with A. Yeats, World Bank Africa Region Working Paper Series, No. 26, February 2002.

  • Tariff Peaks in the Quad and Least Developed Country Exports, with B. Hoekman and M. Olarreaga, CEPR Discussion Paper Series, No. 2747, March 2001.

  • The Recent Trade Performance in Sub-Saharan Africa, with A. Yeats, World Bank Research Note, African Economic Management and Social Policy, No. 176, February 2001.

  • Market Access Barriers to Africa’s Integration into World Markets, with M. Olarreaga, Background paper for World Bank World Development Report, October 2000.

  • On the Recent Trade Performance of Sub-Saharan African Countries: Cause for Hope or More of the Same? with A. Yeats, World Bank Africa Region Working Paper Series, No. 7, August 2000 (also available in French version).

  • Tariff Reform in Senegal: A Simple Numerical Analysis, with L. A. Winters, World Bank Development Research Department Draft Report, July 1998.

  • What Do Trade Negotiators Negotiate About? Some Evidence from the Uruguay Round, with K.C. Fung, University of California, Santa Cruz, Economics Department Working Paper Series, No. 412, July 1998.

  • Trade Policies in the Caribbean Countries: A Look at the Positive Agenda, with M. Finger and I. Soloaga, World Bank Latin America and Caribbean Region, Report, No. 17873-LAC, June 1998.

  • Mongolia: Toward a Stable, Open Market Economy, with W. Takacs and et al, UNDP-World Bank Trade Expansion Program, Country Report 15, December 1994.

  • “External Markets and India's Exports", with M. Finger, Chapter in India: Issues in Trade Reform, World Bank Country Report, No. 13169-IN, 1994.

  • Trends in Real Exchange Rate Behavior in Selected Developing Countries, with S. Edwards, World Bank Country Policy Department Discussion Paper, No. 1985-16, April 1985.

 

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