- "When Tariffs Disrupt Global Supply Chains"
(joint with Gene Grossman and Elhanan Helpman), revised and resubmitted, American Economic Review, February 2023.
- "Neoclassical Growth in an Interdependent World"
(joint Benny Kleinman, Ernest Liu and Motohiro Yogo), June 2023.
- "The Economics of Spatial Mobility: Theory and Evidence Using Smartphone Data" (joint with Yuhei Miyauchi and Kentaro Nakajima), reject and resubmit, Quarterly Journal of Economics, revised version of NBER Working Paper, 28497, April 2022. Awarded best paper prize AREUEA conference 2021.
- "International Friends and Enemies" (joint with Benny Kleinman and Ernest Liu), revised and resubmitted, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, revised version of NBER Working Paper, 27587, March 2023.
[LSE Business Review Article]
[Economist Free Exchange]
- "Accounting for Trade Patterns"
(joint with David Weinstein), revise and resubmit, Journal of International Economics, special issue in honor of Robert Feenstra, revised version of CEPR Discussion Paper 6741-1510746757, November 2021.
[Vox EU Article]
- "Slavery and the British Industrial Revolution"
(joint with Stephan Heblich and Joachim Voth), NBER Working Paper, 30451, September 2022.
[Trade Talks Podcast]
[Vox Talks Podcast]
[Economist Graphic Detail]
- "The Distributional Consequences of Trade: Evidence from the Repeal of the Corn Laws" (joint with Stephan Heblich and Yanos Zylberberg) September 2022.
- "Structural Change Within Versus Across Firms: Evidence from the United States"
(joint with Xiang Ding, Teresa Fort and Peter Schott), NBER Working Paper, 30127, June 2022.
- "Estimating Neighborhood Effects: Evidence from War-time Destruction in London"
(joint with Daniel Sturm), March 2016
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Work in Progress
- 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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