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A Dissection of Trading Capital: Cultural persistence of trade in the aftermath of the fall of the Iron Curtain 0 0 1 54 2 2 12 127
A Dissection of Trading Capital: Cultural persistence of trade in the aftermath of the fall of the Iron Curtain 0 0 1 43 0 1 9 54
A Dissection of Trading Capital: Trade in the Aftermath of the Fall of the Iron Curtain 0 0 0 20 0 1 9 15
A Fable of Bees and Gravity 0 0 1 25 0 1 7 108
Advertising Expenditure and Consumer Prices 2 3 9 163 4 11 33 497
An explanation for the inverted-U relationship between competition and innovation 0 1 1 147 0 2 13 454
Can cities be trapped in bad locations? 1 2 2 147 2 4 7 124
Cities as Spatial Clusters 0 0 1 110 1 1 7 113
Economic Geography Aspects of the Panama Canal 0 4 10 45 2 9 32 48
Economic Geography Aspects of the Panama Canal 1 9 15 75 10 35 95 166
Economic Geography Aspects of the Panama Canal 1 1 1 22 2 8 19 39
Economic Geography Aspects of the Panama Canal 0 2 2 49 5 17 35 85
Economic geography aspects of the Panama Canal 0 1 23 23 1 5 16 16
Flooded Cities 1 2 2 27 3 9 25 80
Flooded Cities 1 1 3 26 6 15 32 139
Flooded Cities 1 1 3 19 6 11 40 148
Flooded Cities 0 0 10 33 3 10 48 122
Flooded cities 0 0 2 13 2 6 16 44
Flooded cities 0 1 23 23 1 4 18 18
Flooded cities 0 0 0 14 2 4 9 35
Migration and Urbanisation in Post-Apartheid South Africa 0 1 5 42 2 5 21 81
Migration and Urbanization in Post-Apartheid South Africa 0 0 14 19 1 3 16 36
Migration and urbanisation in Post-Apartheid South Africa 0 0 2 35 1 5 19 74
Of Mice and Merchants: Trade and Growth in the Iron Age 0 0 0 25 1 4 12 45
Of Mice and Merchants: Trade and Growth in the Iron Age 0 4 11 107 5 23 74 197
Of Mice and Merchants: Trade and Growth in the Iron Age 0 0 1 27 0 2 10 52
Of Mice and Merchants: Trade and Growth in the Iron Age 0 0 0 15 0 0 7 45
Of Mice and Merchants: Trade and Growth in the Iron Age 0 0 1 54 0 2 10 53
Of mice and merchants: connectedness and the location of economic activity in the Iron Age 1 3 40 40 7 14 52 52
Of mice and merchants: trade and growth in the Iron Age 0 0 0 44 0 2 3 32
Planning Ahead for Better Neighborhoods: Long Run Evidence from Tanzania 0 0 0 23 2 4 15 64
Planning Ahead for Better Neighborhoods: Long Run Evidence from Tanzania 3 3 5 23 10 17 32 63
Planning Ahead for Better Neighborhoods: Long Run Evidence from Tanzania 1 1 3 24 3 6 15 35
Planning Ahead for Better Neighborhoods: Long Run Evidence from Tanzania 0 0 0 13 2 4 11 32
Planning Ahead for Better Neighborhoods: Long Run Evidence from Tanzania 0 0 1 22 2 4 17 60
Planning ahead for better neighborhoods: long run evidence from Tanzania 0 0 0 15 1 3 6 23
Resetting the Urban Network 117-2012 0 0 0 32 1 2 14 61
Resetting the Urban Network: 117-2012 0 1 3 157 5 9 34 363
Resetting the Urban Network: 117-2012 0 0 0 82 2 5 21 127
Resetting the Urban Network: 117-2012 0 0 0 80 1 2 15 99
Resetting the urban network: 117-2012 0 0 0 2 1 3 11 21
Roads and Urban Growth 1 2 11 57 3 6 31 110
Success and Failure of African Exporters 1 1 3 104 4 6 16 268
Success and failure of African exporters 1 2 3 192 4 11 33 424
Task Specialization in U.S. Cities from 1880-2000 0 1 4 64 2 5 20 217
Task Specialization in U.S. Cities from 1880-2000 0 0 1 84 6 8 18 173
Task Specialization in U.S. Cities from 1880-2000 0 0 0 33 2 2 9 120
Task Specialization in U.S. Cities from 1880-2000 0 0 1 28 2 2 9 80
Task specialization in U.S. cities from 1880-2000 0 0 18 18 3 4 20 20
Task specialization in U.S. cities from 1880-2000 0 0 1 4 3 5 12 54
The Benefits of Forced Experimentation: Striking Evidence from the London Underground Network 0 0 2 5 0 2 8 44
The Benefits of Forced Experimentation: Striking Evidence from the London Underground Network 1 2 4 28 5 9 15 74
The Benefits of Forced Experimentation: Striking Evidence from the London Underground Network 1 1 2 48 2 3 11 90
The benefits of forced experimentation: strikingevidence from the London Underground network 0 0 2 23 1 2 8 52
The distance elasticity at short distances - A study of the library choice of Oxford students 0 0 3 18 6 9 28 72
The upside of London Tube strikes 1 2 9 68 4 8 55 118
Trade and growth in the Iron Age 0 0 3 69 2 6 26 62
Trade as an Engine of Creative Destruction Mexico experience with Chinese competition 1 3 4 73 1 8 22 178
Trade as an Engine of Creative Destruction: Mexican Experience with Chinese Competition 0 1 1 193 0 4 19 542
Urbanisation and Structural Transformation 0 0 5 222 8 26 73 852
Urbanisation and structural transformation 0 0 1 21 2 6 11 95
Urbanization and Structural Transformation 0 4 5 211 5 21 45 808
Total Working Papers 20 60 279 3,522 164 428 1,386 8,500


Journal Article File Downloads Abstract Views
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A Dissection of Trading Capital: Trade in the Aftermath of the Fall of the Iron Curtain 0 0 1 3 0 0 4 9
Advertising expenditure and consumer prices 0 1 2 52 1 4 20 182
Cities as spatial clusters 0 0 1 6 0 0 4 49
Flooded Cities 1 6 12 12 7 22 64 64
Migration and Urbanization in Post-Apartheid South Africa 0 0 1 1 1 4 10 10
Resetting the Urban Network: 117–2012 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 18
Success and failure of African exporters 1 3 6 84 7 12 38 283
Task Specialization in U.S. Cities from 1880 to 2000 0 0 4 4 3 6 23 23
The Benefits of Forced Experimentation: Striking Evidence from the London Underground Network 4 23 33 52 16 69 147 302
The Geometry of the Distance Coefficient in Gravity Equations in International Trade 0 0 2 6 0 1 9 42
The Open Sea: The Economic Life of the Ancient Mediterranean World from the Iron Age to the Rise of Rome. By J. G. Manning. Princeton, New Jersey and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2018. Pp. xxvi, 414. $35.00, hardcover 0 0 0 3 0 0 5 12
Trade as an engine of creative destruction: Mexican experience with Chinese competition 0 0 18 216 3 10 67 533
Urbanization and Structural Transformation 3 9 25 270 14 38 105 880
Total Journal Articles 9 42 105 711 52 166 499 2,407


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Trade as an engine of creative destruction: Mexican experience with Chinese competition**The authors are grateful to Gerardo Leyva and Abigail Duran for granting us access to INEGI data at the offices of INEGI in Aguascalientes under the commitment of complying with the confidentiality requirements set by the Mexican Laws. Special thanks go to all INEGI employees who provided assistance and answered our questions. in particular to Gabriel Romero, Alejandro cano. Araceli Martinez, Armando Arellanes, Ramon Sanchez, Otoniel Soto, candida Aguilar. and Adriana Ramirez. We also thank Christian Hansen for his help with the implementation of the quantile IV regressions and Philippe Aghion, Tibor Besedes, Chad Bown. Ana Cusolito, Judith Dean, Aaditya Mattoo. Guy Michaels, Emanuel Ornelas, Stephen Redding, Daniel Sturm as well as the participants at the seminars ofETSG, USITC, Penn State, Boston University, University of Vienna, london School of Economics, St Andrews University, FREIT, the World Bank trade seminar. the Econometric Society World Congress and the University of Kent for helpful comments. The views contained in this paper are of the authors and not necessarily those of the World Bank. The financial support of the World Bank's Research Support Budget is gratefully acknowledged 0 0 1 8 3 9 24 111
Total Chapters 0 0 1 8 3 9 24 111


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