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Economic Integration

Title AuthorsYearJEL Codes
Uncovering the Sources of Geographic Market Segmentation: Evidence from the EU and the USHoste, J., Verboven, F. [2024]D12 F15 R32
The Pro-Competitive Effects of Trade AgreementsCrowley, M. A., Han, L., Prayer, T.[2022]F13 F14 F15
Sharing Asymmetric Tail Risk Smoothing, Asset Pricing and Terms of TradeCorsetti, G., Lipinska, A. and Lombardo, G. [2021]F15 F41 G15
The cost of uncoupling GB interconnectorsGuo, B. and Newbery, D.[2021]F14 F15 Q47 Q48 L94
Search Externalities in Firm-to-Firm TradeSpray, J.[2021]F14 F15 O19
Measuring inefficiency in international electricity tradingMontoya, L., Guo, B., Newbery, D. M., Dodds, P., Lipman, G., Castagneto Gissey, G.[2019]C81 F14 F15 Q41
Elecxit: The Cost of Bilaterally Uncoupling British-EU Electricity TradeGeske, J., Green, R. and Staffell, I.[2019]L94 F13 F15
The Empirical Landscape of Trade PolicyBown, C. and Crowley, M. A.[2016]F02 F13 F14 F15 F3 H21 H23 H25 K33 L5 N4 N70
The benefits of integrating European electricity marketsNewbery, D. M., Strbac, G. and Viehoff, I.[2015]D61 F15 L51 L94
A Two Stage Approach to Spatiotemporal Analysis with Strong and weak cross Sectional Dependence Bailey, N., Holly, S. and Pesaran, H.[2013]C31 E02 F12 F14 F15 F55

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