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Dynamics of international specialisation, trade liberalisation, technology transfers
Energy Consumption, Elasticity of Demand, Regulation of Public Utilities, Regression Discontinuity Design, Public Policy
Consumption, Climate Change Economics, Economic Theory & Research, Energy Production and Transportation, Markets and Market Access
Trade liberalization, Product differentiation, Innovation, Wage Inequality, General Oligopolistic Equilibrium
Firm-level exporting, product quality, destination markets
Bargaining, open shop trade unions, product market competition
Trade Unions, Product Market Competition, General Oligopolistic Equilibrium, Trade Liberalisation
International oligopoly, bargaining, open shop unions, trade liberalisation
Bargaining, open shop unions, trade liberalisation
Economic Theory & Research, E-Business, Technology Industry, Markets and Market Access, Airports and Air Services
Exchange Rates, Trade Unions, Wage Bargaining, Worker-Firm Data
Colonial ties, migration, firm heterogeneity, intensive and extensive margins
International Trade and Trade Rules, Technology Industry, Technology Innovation, Trade and Multilateral Issues
Inequality, Educational Sciences, Private Sector Economics, Social Development & Poverty, Marketing, Private Sector Development Law
Agribusiness, Economic Theory & Research, Markets and Market Access, Free Trade, Science of Climate Change
Trade Policy, Rules of Origin, Trade and Multilateral Issues
Inequality, Social Development & Poverty, Educational Sciences
Inequality, Energy and Mining, International Trade and Trade Rules, Energy Demand, Conflict and Fragile States, Energy and Environment
Privatization, employment structure, panel data
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