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Multinational enterprises (MNEs): Natural disasters: Capital destruction; Industrial linkages: Multiple equilibria
heterogeneous firms, CO2-emissions, international trade
Agglomeration; Market Size; Middle-Sized Country; Endogenous Wages; Industry/Welfare Maintaining Policy
product adding, product dropping, multi-product plants, multi-plant firms
free trade agreements, general equilibrium, quantitative trade models, Japan, European Union
firm heterogeneity, spatial sorting, Nash equilibrium tax, tax cooperation, average productivity
Financial crisis, Asian trade, parts and components, exit-entry diagram, survival analysis
financial development, financial integration, Japan, Great Recession, Lost Decade, banking integration, regional business cycles, transmission of financial shocks, misallocation of credit, trade credit, export finance, silk industry
internal capital markets, Japan, Great Recession, Lost Decade, banking integration, financial development, regional business cycles, transmission of financial shocks, bank lending channel, firm-borrowing channel, reallocation channel, export finance, silk industry
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multi-product firms, product adding, product dropping, trapped factors
pandemic, influenza, Japan, textiles, non-pharmaceutical interventions
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firm location, Heterogeneous Firms, multi-product firms, trade liberalization
agglomeration, Heterogeneous Firms, trade liberalization
agglomeration, Development, Heterogeneous Firms
File name: MANC.pdf
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