Benedikt Sebastian Heid

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Benedikt Sebastian

Heid

Personal Information

born in Selb, Germany German

Australian Permanent Resident

Current Positions

since 09/2016

Senior Lecturer (continuing position, equiv. to tenure), School of Economics

and Economic Policy (recently renamed, formerly known as School of Economics), University of Adelaide. since 01/2019 CESifo Fellow. since 06/2019

Associate Editor Applied Economic Analysis (previously Revista de Economía Aplicada).

Previous Positions

06/2015-12/2018 CESifo Affiliate. 01/2015-08/2016

Lecturer (akademischer Rat auf Zeit),University of Bayreuth, Chair for Empirical

Economics Prof. Dr. Mario Larch.

03/2010-12/2014

Researcher (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter),University of Bayreuth, Chair for

Empirical Economics Prof. Dr. Mario Larch.

10/2009-02/2010

Teaching assistant,Department of Economics at the University of Munich (LMU),

Seminar for Comparative Economics Prof. Dr. Monika Schnitzer.

03/2009-04/2014

Junior economist and PhD student,Ifo Institute for Economic Research at the

University of Munich, Ifo Center for International Economics.

2004-2009 Teaching and research student assistant, Department of Economics at the University of Tübingen, Chair for Econometrics, Statistics and Empirical Economics

Prof. Dr. Joachim Grammig.

08/2002-05/2003

Social service in lieu of military service,Paul-Gerhardt-Haus Selb (residential

home for the elderly).

Education and Academic Background

04/2014 Defense of PhD thesis in Economics (Dr. oec. publ., summa cum laude),

University of Munich (LMU), committee: Gabriel Felbermayr, Mario Larch, Carsten Eckel.

2007-2009 Master of Science in International Economics and European Studies, Uni-versity of Tübingen (grade 1.2, with distinction).

2003-2007 Bachelor of Science in International Economics,University of Tübingen (grade 1.4).

2006 Two semesters of undergraduate studies of Economics at the Departamento

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1993-2002 Abitur,Walter Gropius-Gymnasium (grade 1.0, best of class), Selb.

Research Interests

B Empirical and theoretical international trade, especially development of quantitative trade models

B Analyses of firm responses to trade and investment policies using administrative data B Wildlife trade policy and biodiversity

Refereed Publications

Genetic Distance, Cultural Differences, and the Formation of Regional Trade Agree-ments (with Wenxi Lu), Review of World Economics (forthcoming)

Is Competition from China so Special? (with Asier Minondo and Raúl Mínguez), The

World Economy, 2021, 44(1), pp. 64-88.

Estimating the Effects of Non-discriminatory Trade Policies within Structural Gravity Models (with Mario Larch and Yoto V. Yotov), Canadian Journal of Economics, 2021, 54(1).

The International Trade Effects of Bilateral Investment Treaties (with Isaac Vozzo),

Economics Letters, 2020, (196) November, 109569.

FDI in Space Revisited: The Role of Spillovers on Foreign Direct Investment within the European Union (with Luisa Alamá-Sabater, Eduardo Jiménez-Fernández and Laura Márquez-Ramos), Growth and Change, 2017, 48(3), pp. 390-408.

What Drives Interdependence of FDI among Host Countries? The Role of Geographic Proximity and Similarity in Public Debt (with Luisa Alamá-Sabater, Eduardo Jiménez-Fernández and Laura Márquez-Ramos), Economic Modelling, 2016, (58) November, pp. 466-474.

Gravity with Unemployment (with Mario Larch), Journal of International

Eco-nomics, 2016, 101, pp. 70-85.

Macroeconomic Potentials of Transatlantic Free Trade: A High Resolution Perspective for Europe and the World (with Gabriel Felbermayr, Mario Larch, and Erdal Yalcin),

Economic Policy, 2015, 83(3), pp. 491-537.

Spatial Exporters (with Fabrice Defever and Mario Larch), Journal of International

Economics, 2015, 95(1), pp. 145-156.

The Rise of the Maquiladoras: A Mixed Blessing (with Mario Larch and Alejandro Riaño), Review of Development Economics, 2013, 17(2), pp. 252-267.

Income and Democracy: Evidence from System GMM Estimates (with Julian Langer and Mario Larch), Economics Letters, 2012, 116(2), pp. 166-169.

Migration, Trade and Unemployment (with Mario Larch), Economics - The

Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2012, 6(2012-4) w/o pages.

Non-Refereed Publications

TTIP: Small Gains, High Risks? (with Gabriel Felbermayr and Mario Larch), CESifo

Forum, 2014, 15(4), pp. 20-30.

Transatlantic Free Trade: Winners, Losers, and Necessary Accompanying Measures (with Gabriel Felbermayr and Sybille Lehwald), Law and Business Review of the

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Monographs

Explorationsstudie zu vorhandenen und fehlenden Daten im Verbraucherschutzrecht (Exploratory study about available and missing data concerning consumer protection legislation, with Martin Schmidt-Kessel, Mario Larch, Katharina Erler, and Anna Grimm), Report on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, 2016.

Essays on International Trade and Development. ifo Beiträge zur Wirtschaftsforschung 55 (accepted as PhD thesis at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich), Ifo Institute, Munich, 2014.

The Role of TTIP in the New EU Trade Policy Strategy: A Quantitative Analysis with Special Emphasis on Austria (with Gabriel Felbermayr, Mario Larch and Erdal Yalcin), Report on behalf of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Economy, Family, and Youth, 2014.

Die Transatlantische Handels- und Investitionspartnerschaft (THIP): Wem nutzt ein transatlantisches Freihandelsabkommen? Teil 1: Makroökonomische Effekte (The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Who benefits from a transatlantic free trade agreement? Part 1: Macroeconomic effects, with Gabriel Felbermayr and Sybille Lehwald), Report on behalf of the Bertelsmann Stiftung, 2013.

Trade and Wages: The Role of Trade in Tasks (accepted as Master Thesis at the Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen), 2009.

Stochastic Cointegration: Estimation and Testing (accepted as Bachelor Thesis at the Eberhard-Karls-Universität, Tübingen), 2007.

Awards and Grants

2020 Executive Dean Award for Excellence in Research Leadership

2019-2021 Australian Research Council Discovery Project Grant “Trade and Investment in the Face of Declining International Cooperation”, (DP190103524). Principal Investigator and Project Leader, AUD$ 113,000 (≈e 72,000, national competitive research grant, similar to DFG-Sachbeihilfe).

2019 “Certificate of Recognition for Honours Thesis Supervision” for outstanding perfor-mance, School of Economics, University of Adelaide.

2017 “Adelaide-Nottingham Trade Network” Priority Partner Grant—University of Adelaide. AUD$ 4,900 (≈e 3,100).

2017 Aim for the Stars Grant—University of Adelaide. AUD$ 20,040 (≈e 12,700).

2015 CESifo Prize in Global Economy—Distinguished CESifo Affiliate. Awarded for the paper “Regional Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”. 2014 Verein für Socialpolitik Award for Presentation at International Scientific Conferences. 2014 Scholarship for a research and teaching stay for foreign visiting scholars at the

Univer-sitat Jaume I, Castelló de la Plana, Spain. Course taught: My first research project using Stata.

2013 Scholarship for a research and teaching stay for foreign visiting scholars at the Univer-sitat Jaume I, Castelló de la Plana, Spain. Course taught: My first research project using Stata.

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2010 Ernst and Young Award for Achievements in the Master’s Programme at University of Tübingen.

2005–2006 Scholarship of the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg for Foreign Studies. 2003–2009 Scholarship of the Federal State of Bavaria for Intellectually Gifted Students.

Working Papers

Quantifying the Demand, Supply, and Welfare Effects of Natural Disasters Using Monthly Trade Data (with Gabriel Felbermayr and Jasmin Gröschl), CESifo Working Paper 8798.

Wildlife Trade Policy and the Decline of Wildlife (with Laura Márquez-Ramos); CESifo Working Paper 8757.

Structural Gravity and the Gains from Trade under Imperfect Competition (with Frank Stähler), Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Discussion Paper 2020-2; CESifo Working Paper 8121. (under review at American Economic Journal: Applied Economics)

Work in Progress

Does Uncertainty Matter for Trade Flows of Emerging Economies? (with Nicolas Groshenny and Tayushma Sewak).

Effects of Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions: Do Chinese Investors Have Different Goals? (with Laura Márquez-Ramos and John Lourenze S. Poquiz).

Fiscal Discipline and Foreign Direct Investment: Do Investors Care about Public Debt and Government Deficits? (with Laura Márquez-Ramos).

Geographical Indicators, Quality, and Exports: An Analysis of Spanish Wine Producers (with Laura Márquez-Ramos and Asier Minondo).

Import Licensing Procedures and Shipments (with Laura Márquez-Ramos and Harry Wardana).

Sticky Prices and Trade Dynamics (with Mario Larch).

Collaboration in Commissioned Research

Economic Imbalances and Recoveries in the Post-Covid EU (Desequilibrios económicos y recuperaciones en la UE post-Covid), project number PID2020-114646RB-C42; Commissioner: Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation; Start September 1 2021; End: August 31 2023.

Explorationsstudie zu vorhandenen und fehlenden Daten im Verbraucherrecht (Ex-ploratory Study on Existing and Missing Data in Consumer Protection Legislation); Commissioner: German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection; Start: November 1, 2015; End: March 31, 2016.

The Role of TTIP in the New EU Trade Policy Strategy: A Quantitative Analysis with Special Emphasis on Austria; Commissioner: Austrian Federal Ministry of Economy, Family, and Youth; Start: October 7, 2013; End: February 28, 2014.

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Gravity with Unemployment: Empirical Analysis of the Effects of International Trade in the Presence of Labor Market Imperfections; Commissioner: German Research Foundation (DFG); Start: March 1, 2012; End: April 30, 2014.

Pakt 2009 Globalization Network; Commissioner: Leibniz-Gemeinschaft (WGL); Start: March 1, 2009; End: December 31, 2011.

Refereeing

assessor, Australian Research Council grant scheme (DECRA, DP, LP)

member of the scientific committee of the GEP Postgraduate Conferences at the University of Nottingham 2018 and 2019

member of the scientific committee of the 20th International Network for Economic Research (INFER) Conference 2018 at the University of Göttingen

referee for the program committee of the Annual Meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik

(German Economic Association) in 2017

referee for the program committee of the Spring Meeting of Young Economists in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021

referee for a report prepared for the OECD refereeing

peer-reviewed journals

Asian-Pacific Economic Literature (1x), Canadian Journal of Economics (1x), Con-temporary Economic Policy (1x), Economic Inquiry (1x), Economic Modelling (3x), Economic Systems (1x), Economics Bulletin (1x), Economics E-Journal (1x), Eco-nomics Letters (1x), Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (1x), Empirica (1x), Em-pirical Economics (3x), Eurasian Economic Review (1x), European Economic Review

(12x), European Journal of Development Research (1x), Food Policy (1x),

Interna-tional Economic Journal (1x), InternaInterna-tional Economics and Economic Policy (8x), International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies (1x), Journal of African Studies and Development (1x), Journal of Economic Growth (1x), Journal of Applied Econometrics (1x), Journal of Comparative Economics (1x), Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (2x), Journal of International Economics (1x), Journal of International Trade & Economic Development (1x), Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy (2x), Journal of the European Economic Association (1x), Kyklos

(1x), Open Economies Review (1x), Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics (1x),

Oxford Economic Papers (1x), Politics and Governance (1x), Portuguese Economic Journal (1x), Review of International Economics (3x), Review of World Economics

(4x), Studies in Economics and Finance (1x), Sustainability (1x), The International

Trade Journal (1x), World Economy (7x).

Teaching Experience

2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

International Trade IV (H), lecture & class, honours/graduate level, University of

Adelaide, (in English). 2017, 2018,

2019, 2020

International Trade and Investment Policy II,lecture & class, undergraduate

level, University of Adelaide, (in English).

2016-2010 Advanced Econometrics,exercise class, Master level, University of Bayreuth, (in English).

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2016-2010 Introductory Econometrics,exercise class, Bachelor level, University of Bayreuth, (in German).

2015 Modeling the Behavior of Individuals and Firms,seminar, Master level, Uni-versity of Bayreuth, (in English).

2015 The Econometrics of Economic Consultancy - Interpreting Regression Estimates for Policy Makers,seminar, Master level, University of Bayreuth, (in

English).

2013, 2014 My First Research Project Using Stata,short course, Bachelor level, Universitat Jaume I, Castelló de la Plana, Spain, (in English).

2010 Introductory Microeconomics,exercise class, Bachelor level, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, (in German).

2008 Risk and Probability, exercise class, Bachelor level, University of Tübingen, (in German).

2007 Exploratory Data Analysis,exercise class, Bachelor level, University of Tübingen, (in German).

PhD Thesis Supervision

completed 08/2020

Aditi Roy,PhD student, University of Adelaide, co-supervisor.

ongoing Harry Wardana,PhD student, University of Adelaide, principal supervisor. ongoing Tayushma Sewak, PhD student, University of Adelaide, principal supervisor.

2017 registered as eligible research supervisor as Principal Supervisor - Level C, to supervise research programs at the Doctoral/Master degree level in the School of Economics, University of Adelaide.

Masters and Honours Thesis Supervision

2012-2020 supervised 7 (+1 ongoing) Honours and 13 Master Theses, University of Bayreuth and University of Adelaide.

University Administration and Academic Service

2020 Co-organizer of the 14th Australasian Trade Workshop,Australian National University.

2019 Co-organizer of the 3rd Adelaide PhD Summer Institute in International

Trade, Institute for International Trade, University of Adelaide.

2017 Associate Head of Research,School of Economics, University of Adelaide. 2017-2019 Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) 2018 Leader,FoR code 14, Faculty

of the Professions, University of Adelaide, I was responsible for preparing Adelaide’s submission for the national ERA evaluation in Economics which measures universities’ research quality. This exercise is done every 3 years at all Australian universities. 2017-2019 Engagement and Impact Evaluation (EI) 2018 Leader,FoR code 14, Faculty

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2017 Coursework Programs Committee (member),School of Economics, University of Adelaide.

2010-2016 responsible for tutor hiring, validation of coursework for outgoing exchange

students, Chair for Empirical Economics, University of Bayreuth.

Languages

German Native speaker.

English Fluent (spoken and written),TOEFL iBT (26/03/2016) 118 of 120 points. Castellano Fluent (spoken and written, language spoken at home).

French Reading knowledge.

Software Skills (in alphabetical order)

scientific GAMS, GAUSS, Gretl, Julia, MATLAB, R, SAS, Scilab, Stata. other git, LATEX, Microsoft Office.

Presentations at Scientific Conferences and Workshops

(does not include presentations by coauthors)

Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society 2021 [via video conference, sched-uled] (Presentation: “Structural Gravity and the Gains from Trade under Imperfect Competition”).

Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society 2021 [via video conference, scheduled] (Presentation: “Structural Gravity and the Gains from Trade under Imperfect

Compe-tition”).

XVII INTECO Workshop on Economic Integration 2020, Valencia [via video confer-ence] (Presentation: “Structural Gravity and the Gains from Trade under Imperfect Competition”).

CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2019, Venice (Presentation: “Quantifying the Short-Run Productivity and Expenditure Effects of Natural Disasters”).

Australasian Trade Workshop 2019, Melbourne (Presentation: “Wildlife Trade Policy and Biodiversity”).

Fourth Monash Environmental Economics Workshop 2018, Melbourne (Presentation: “Wildlife Trade Policy and Biodiversity”).

European Trade Study Group 2018, Warsaw (Presentation: “Wildlife Trade Policy and Biodiversity”).

Australasian Trade Workshop 2018, Auckland (Presentation: “Estimating the Effects of Non-discriminatory Trade Policies within Structural Gravity Models”).

European Trade Study Group 2017, Florence (Presentation: “Trade Disruptions from Natural Disasters: Evidence from Monthly Data”).

Australasian Trade Workshop 2017, Brisbane (Presentation: “Regional Trade Agree-ments, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”).

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CESifo Area Conference on Global Economy 2015, Munich (Presentation: “Regional Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”).

7th FIW-Research Conference “International Economics” 2014, Vienna (Presentation: “International Trade and Unemployment: A Quantitative Framework”).

European Trade Study Group 2014, Munich (Presentation: “The Potential for Trade Sanctions: A Structural Gravity Approach”).

Annual Meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik, 2014, Hamburg (Presentation: “Prefer-ential Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”).

Annual Congress of the European Economic Association, 2014, Toulouse (Presentation: “Preferential Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”).

Workshop on International Economics, 2014, Göttingen, (Presentation: “Preferential Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”).

European Trade Study Group 2013, Birmingham (Presentation: “Trade Liberalization, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”).

Annual Meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik, 2013, Düsseldorf (Presentation: “Inter-national Trade and Unemployment: A Quantitative Framework”).

Annual Congress of the European Economic Association 2013, Gothenburg (Presenta-tion: “International Trade and Unemployment: A Quantitative Framework”).

Annual Meeting of the European Association of Labour Economists, 2012, Bonn (Presentation: “Maquiladoras and Informality: a Mixed Blessing”).

European Trade Study Group 2012, Leuven (Presentation: “Gravity with Unemploy-ment”).

Annual Meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik, 2012, Göttingen (Presentation: “Maquiladoras and Informality: a Mixed Blessing”).

GEP-CEPII-ifo Conference on “China in the World Economy” 2012, Munich (Presen-tation: “Spatial Exporters”).

Econometric Society European Meeting 2012, Málaga (Presentation: “Spatial Ex-porters”).

Annual Meeting of the European Society of Population Economics 2012, Bern (Presen-tation: “Gravity with Unemployment”).

11thAnnual GEP Postgraduate Conference, 2012, Nottingham (Presentation: “Gravity

with Unemployment”).

Annual Meeting of the European Society of Population Economics 2011, Hangzhou (Presentation: “The Rise of the Maquiladoras: Labor Market Consequences of

Off-shoring in Developing Countries”).

European Trade Study Group 2011, Copenhagen (Presentation: “The Rise of the Maquiladoras: Labor Market Consequences of Offshoring in Developing Countries”). ifo-GEP Conference on International Trade, Productivity and Factor Movements, Munich (Presentation: “Spatial Exporters”).

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2nd International Workshop “Economics of Global Interactions”, 2011, Bari (Presenta-tion: “The Rise of the Maquiladoras: Labor Market Consequences of Offshoring in Developing Countries”).

München-Tübingen Economics Workshop, 2011, Munich (Presentation: “Migration, Trade, and Unemployment”).

EGIT - Economic Geography and International Trade Research Meeting, 2011, Mu-nich (Presentation: “The Rise of the Maquiladoras: Labor Market Consequences of Offshoring in Developing Countries”).

Annual Meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik, 2010, Kiel (Presentation: “Spatial Exporter Dynamics”).

Econometric Society World Congress, 2010, Shanghai, (Presentation: “Spatial Exporter Dynamics”).

IAW Workshop on Global and Local Firm Linkages. Micro-level Evidence on the Structure and Dynamics of Enterprise Activity, 2010, Tübingen, (Presentation: “Spatial Exporter Dynamics”).

9th Annual GEP Postgraduate Conference, 2010, Nottingham, (Presentation: “Spatial Exporter Dynamics”).

Globalization and Trade with Emerging Economies, 2010, Copenhagen, (Presentation: “Spatial Exporter Dynamics”).

Workshop on International Economics, 2010, Göttingen, (Presentation: “The Rise of the Maquiladoras: Labor Market Consequences of Offshoring in Developing Coun-tries”).

Tübingen-Hohenheim Economics Workshop, 2009, Hohenheim, (Presentation: “Spatial Dependence in Expectations: Evidence from the ifo KT”).

Invited Presentations at Research Seminars

Department of Economics, Deakin University, 2020 [via video conference] (Presentation: “Structural Gravity and the Gains from Trade under Imperfect Competition”).

Economics Department, University of Auckland, 2018 (Presentation: “Wildlife Trade Policy and Biodiversity”).

International College of Economics and Finance (ICEF), Higher School of Economics Moscow, 2016 (Presentation: “Regional Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”).

Instituto de Economía y Finanzas, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, 2016 (Presenta-tion: “Regional Trade Agreements, Unemployment, and the Informal Sector”). Empirical Economics and Econometrics Research Seminar, University of Innsbruck, 2015 (Presentation: “Gravity with Unemployment”).

Instituto de Economía y Finanzas, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, 2011 (Presenta-tion: “Maquiladoras and Informality: A Mixed Blessing”).

CESifo Group, University of Munich, 2010 (Presentation: “Spatial Exporter Dynam-ics”).

Other Invited Talks

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“Trade policy in the age of Trumponomics”, 2018, invited guest speaker at the Annual Conference of the Economics Teachers’ Association of South Australia, 2018, Adelaide. “Ökonomie und Globalisierung im 21. Jahrhundert” (“Economy and Globalization in the 21st Century”), course for secondary education teachers in social studies, law, and economics of the Free State of Saxony, 2016.

“TTIP? Xarrada Informativa; Vine a conèixer com t’afecta” (“TTIP? Informative talk; Come and find out how it affects you”), invited guest speaker at panel disussion of “Associació Cultural Vent”, Vall d’Alba, 2015.

Talk for students during the lecture “Econometría II (Econometrics II)” of Laura Márquez Ramos (undergraduate level), Universitat Jaume I, Castelló de la Plana (Presentation: “The Econometrics of Trade Agreements”), 2015.

Talk for students during the lecture “Trade Policy and International Factor Move-ments” of Prof. Dr. Jürgen Meckl (graduate level), University of Gießen (Presentation: “Macroeconomic Potentials of Transatlantic Free Trade: A High Resolution Perspective

for Europe and the World”), 2015.

Economic Policy Forum: Drivers of Regional Integration Roundtable, Cape Town (Presentation: “New Regional Mega Deals—Effects on the BRICS and South African Trade Policy: Insights from New Quantitative Trade Theory”), 2014.

Economic Policy Forum: BRICS and their Neighbours–Inclusive Regional Economic Relations, Rio de Janeiro (Presentation: “Transatlantic Trade and Investment Part-nership (TTIP)–Consequences for BRICS”), 2014.

“Who profits from a trade agreement with the US?” (“Wer profitiert von einem Handelsabkommen mit den USA?”), invited guest speaker at panel disussion of “Jusos Dresden”, Dresden, 2014.

Media Pieces and Appearances

Radio interview on Australia-China trade tensions, On the money, 2SER Radio, 29 May, 2020.

Rebuttal: Criticism of TTIP’s Economic Projections, atlantic-community.org.

The Open Think Tank on Foreign Policy, October 27, 2014.

http://www.atlantic-community.org/-/rebuttal-criticism-of-ttip-s-economic-projections.

TTIP: Small Gains, High Risks? (with Gabriel Felbermayr and Mario Larch), CESifo

Forum, 2014, 15(4), pp. 20-30.

Transatlantic Free Trade: Winners, Losers, and Necessary Accompanying Measures (with Gabriel Felbermayr and Sybille Lehwald), Law and Business Review of the

Americas, 2013, 19(4), pp. 445-484.

References

B Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr, PhD, President, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, gabriel.felbermayr@ifw-kiel.de.

B Prof. Dr. Mario Larch, Chair for Economics VI: Empirical Economics, University of Bayreuth, mario.larch@uni-bayreuth.de.

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B Prof. Dr. Frank Stähler, Chair of International Economic Relations and Labor Markets, University of Tübingen, frank.staehler@uni-tuebingen.de.

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