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A

Abdel Aal Mahmoud, Ashraf (2010): FDI, local Financial Markets, employment and poverty alleviation.

Abdel Aal Mahmoud, Ashraf (2010): FDI and Local Financial Market Development:A Granger Causality Test Using Panel Data.

Abdelaal Mahmoud, Ashraf (2011): Financial Crises and Bilateral Foreign Direct Investment Flows.

C

Chen, Maggie (2009): Interdependence in Multinational Production Networks.

Chen, Maggie (2009): The Matching of Heterogeneous Firms and Politicians.

Chen, Maggie (2009): Interdependence in Multinational Production Networks.

Chen, Maggie and Joshi, Sumit (2010): Third-Country Effects on the Formation of Free Trade Agreements. Forthcoming in: Journal of International Economics

Chen, Maggie Xiaoyang and Moore, Michael (2009): Location decision of heterogeneous multinational firms. Published in: Journal of International Economics , Vol. 2, No. 80 (March 2010): pp. 188-199.

J

Jebwab, Remi and Johnson, Noel D and Koyama, Mark (2017): Negative Shocks and Mass Persecutions: Evidence from the Black Death.

K

Kaminsky, Graciela (2017): The Center and the Periphery: Two Hundred Years of International Borrowing Cycles.

Kaminsky, Graciela and Vega-Garcia, Pablo (2015): Systemic and Idiosyncratic Sovereign Debt Crises.

S

Samaniego, Roberto (2009): Financing Creative Destruction.

Samaniego, Roberto (2016): The Embodiment Controversy: on the Policy Implications of Vintage Capital models.

Samaniego, Roberto and Sun, Juliana (2016): Gray's Anatomy: Understanding Uncertainty.

Z

Zha Giedt, Jenny (2017): Why Do Firms Sell Out? Separating Targets’ Motives from Bidders’ Selection of Targets in M&A.

Zha Giedt, Jenny (2016): Economic Consequences of Announcing Strategic Alternatives.

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