Jon Haveman

Public Policy Institute of California

Research Fellow

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

Alternative Hypotheses and the Volume of Trade: Evidence on the Extent of Specialization

Number of pages: 45 Posted: 26 Apr 1999
Jon Haveman and David L. Hummels
Public Policy Institute of California and Purdue University - Department of Economics
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2.

Alternative Hypotheses and the Volume of Trade: The Gravity Equation and the Extent of Specialization

Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 37, No. 1, pp. 199-218, February 2004
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 17 Mar 2004
Jon Haveman and David L. Hummels
Public Policy Institute of California and Purdue University - Department of Economics
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Citation 34

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3.

The Container Security Initiative and Ocean Container Threats

Public Policy Institute of California Working Paper No. 2006.04
Posted: 14 Mar 2006
Public Policy Institute of California, University of California, Berkeley - The Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, RAND Corporation and University of California, Merced

Abstract:

CSI, Port Security, Terrorism, Ocean Containers

4.

An Overview of U.S. Port Security Programs

Public Policy Institute of California Working Paper No. 2004.15
Posted: 31 Dec 2004
Jon Haveman, Howard J. Shatz and Ernesto Vilchis
Public Policy Institute of California, RAND Corporation and Princeton University - Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Abstract:

Terrorism, Port Security, Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002

5.

Developed Country Trade Barriers and the Least Developed Countries: The Economic Results of Freeing Trade

Public Policy Institute of California Working Paper No. 2003.7
Posted: 13 Aug 2003
Jon Haveman and Howard J. Shatz
Public Policy Institute of California and RAND Corporation

Abstract:

Least Developed Countries, Generalized System of Preferences, Doha Round

6.

Developed Country Trade Barriers and the Least Developed Countries: The Current Situation

Public Policy Institute of California Working Paper No. 2003.6
Posted: 01 Jun 2003
Jon Haveman and Howard J. Shatz
Public Policy Institute of California and RAND Corporation

Abstract:

Least Developed Countries, Generalized System of Preferences, Unilateral Preference Programs, Doha Round