Working Papers


  • "Trade, Structural Transformation and Development: Evidence from Argentina 1869-1914" (joint with Pablo Fajgelbaum), revise and resubmit, Journal of Political Economy, NBER Working Paper, 20217, October 2018. [PDF] [Web-based Technical Appendix] [VoxEU Article]

  • "International Friends and Enemies" (joint with Ernest Liu and Benny Kleinman), Revised version of NBER Working Paper, 27587, April 2021. [PDF] [Web-based Technical Appendix] [VoxDEV Article] [LSE Business Review Article] [VoxEU Article]

  • "Globalization and Pandemics" (joint with Pol Antras and Esteban Rossi-Hansberg), NBER Working Paper, 27840, September 2020. [PDF] [Slides] [VOXEU] [LSE Business Blog]

  • "Trade and Geography", commissioned for the Handbook of International Economics, NBER Working Paper, 27821, April 2021. [PDF] [Web-based Technical Appendix]

  • "Consumption Access and Agglomeration: Evidence from Smartphone Data" (joint with Yuhei Miyauchi and Kentaro Nakajima), CEPR Discussion Paper, 6741-1613580728, February 2021. [PDF] [Web-based Technical Appendix]

  • "The Distributional Consequences of Trade: Evidence from the Repeal of the Corn Laws" (joint with Stephan Heblich and Yanos Zylberberg) February 2021. [PDF] [Slides]

  • "Structural Change Within Versus Across Firms: Evidence from the United States" (joint with Xiang Ding, Teresa Fort and Peter Schott), [preliminary], September 2019. [PDF]

  • "Aggregating from Micro to Macro Patterns of Trade" (joint with David Weinstein), CEPR Discussion Paper 6741-1510746757, 2017. [PDF] [Vox EU Article]

  • "Estimating Neighborhood Effects: Evidence from War-time Destruction in London" (joint with Daniel Sturm), March 2016 [PDF] [Preliminary and Incomplete]

Work in Progress


  • Trade and Networks: Evidence from Turkey (joint with Andrew Bernard and Banu Demir)

  • Factory Towns: Theory and Evidence for the United States (joint with Gene Grossman and Elhanan Helpman)

  • The Costs of International Disintegration: Evidence from the India-Pakistan Border (joint with Robin Burgess, Xiang Ding and Dave Donaldson)


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