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Date published:
December 21, 2023
Publication type:
Journal article

Economic and legal discussion of the impact of export restrictions on global food prices. Published in Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, with Daniel Chow of the Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University

Author(s):
Date published:
July 1, 2023
Publication type:
Journal article

Analysis of benefits of US filing a non-violation case against China at the WTO.

Authored with Professor Dan Chow, Ohio State Moritz School of Law.

Author(s):
Date published:
August 11, 2022
Publication type:
Working paper

With Daniel Chow,  Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper No.720, Moritz School of Law, Ohio State University.

Analysis of legal and economic issues relating to filing a non-violation case at the WTO.

Author(s):
Date published:
July 28, 2022
Publication type:
Working paper

Analysis of legal and economic issues relating to US-Chinese trade relations.

Author(s):
Date published:
July 25, 2022
Publication type:
Working paper

Analysis of mechanisms for ensuring compliance with private food standards.

Author(s):
Date published:
June 1, 2022
Publication type:
Journal article

Analysis of eco-labeling and trade using a Ricardian approach - in collaboration with Kari Heerman (USTR).

Author(s):
Date published:
January 19, 2022
Publication type:
Journal article

Article evaluates adoption by United States of "power-based" bargaining in trade negotiations.

Author(s):
Date published:
August 27, 2021
Publication type:
Policy brief

This Andersons Policy Bulletin serves as an analysis of current US approach to trade agreements and implications for agricultural trade.

Author(s):
Date published:
May 12, 2021
Publication type:
Working paper

Plenary Paper, co-authored with Kari Heerman (USTR).

Author(s):
Date published:
May 12, 2021
Publication type:
Journal article

Heterogeneous firms model developed to identify relationship between firm productivity and product quality.

Author(s):
Date published:
May 1, 2021
Publication type:
Journal article

Featured Article in Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 43(2) (2021).  Discussion of author's contributions to industrial organization and international economics.

Author(s):
Date published:
May 1, 2021
Publication type:
Journal article

Published in William and Mary Business Law Review 12(2021) with Daniel Chow (Moritz School of Law, Ohio State University). 

Author(s):
Date published:
August 27, 2020
Publication type:
Working paper

Analysis of both economic and political implications of the US-China trade war.  Co-authored with Professor Daniel Chow, Moritz School of Law, Ohio State

Date published:
April 15, 2020
Publication type:
Working paper

Working paper on impact of trade costs on the ability of firms to export high-quality food and agricultural products. Jointly authored with Jihyun Eum, Kangwon UNiversity, South Korea.

Author(s):
Date published:
April 1, 2020
Publication type:
Journal article

Article examines economic nationalism in context of US trade policy and Brexit. Jointly authored with Steve McCorriston at the University of Exeter, UK.

Author(s):
Date published:
September 9, 2019
Publication type:
Working paper

Jointly authored with Steve McCorriston (University of Exeter), this paper examines the common causes of populism and economic nationalism in the US and UK, focusing on the "China shock".  The key difference in the policy response of the two countries is that the US has become more protectionist,

Author(s):
Date published:
July 26, 2019
Publication type:
Journal article

Published in the Cardozo Law Review with Daniel Chow, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University, and William McGuire, University of Washington, Tacoma.  Article is an evaluation of US economic nationalism and its potential effect on the multilateral trading system.

Author(s):
Date published:
March 26, 2019
Publication type:
Journal article

Published in the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law with Daniel Chow, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University.  Article is an evaluatuion of current US trade policy, the conclusion being that strict reciprocity is both impossible and goes against bais economic concepts.

Author(s):
Date published:
February 1, 2019
Publication type:
Journal article

Discussion of whether or not border tax adjustments for state-level climate policy would survive federal and international legal challenges. 

Published in "The Ohio State Law Journal"

Author(s):
Date published:
December 31, 2018
Publication type:
Policy brief

This Andersons Policy Bulletin examines the underlying causes of the US trade deficit, and why current trade policy is not the right fix.

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