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  • Cole, Matthew T. (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2009-10-23)
    There has been great focus in the recent trade theory literature on the introduction of firm heterogeneity into trade models. However, these models tend to rely heavily on symmetry assumptions and assume melting iceberg ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2002-08)
    I explore the interactions between comparative, competitive and absolute advantage in a two-country model of oligopoly in general equilibrium. Comparative advantage always determines the direction of trade, but both ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. Institute for the Study of Social Change (Geary Institute), 2002-07-16)
    I explore the interactions between comparative, competitive and absolute advantage in a two-country model of oligopoly in general equilibrium. Comparative advantage always determines the direction of trade, but both ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2004-03-01)
    A two-country model of oligopoly in general equilibrium is used to show how changes in market structure accompany the process of trade and capital market liberalisation. The model predicts that bilateral mergers in which ...
  • Cole, Matthew T. (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2010-06)
    Since firm heterogeneity has been introduced into international trade models, the importance of firm entry and exit (the extensive margin) has been highlighted. Thomas Chaney (2008) illustrates how accounting for ...
  • Anderson, James E. ; Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 1992-12-15)
    In this paper, we investigate techniques for measuring the trade policy equivalent of domestic distortions, using a distance function approach. Our measure, the Trade Restrictiveness Index, is shown to equal the uniform ...
  • Neary, J. Peter ; Tharakan, Joe (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2005-12-12)
    This paper endogenises the extent of intra-sectoral competition in a multi-sectoral model of oligopoly in general equilibrium. Firms choose capacity followed by prices. If the benefits of capacity investment in a given ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 1993-09-11)
    This paper examines the responsiveness of real income and the balance of payments to external shocks in a small open economy. It is shown that tariff restrictions and age rigidities tend to increase responsiveness and quota ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 1994-06-16)
    This paper develops a two-country model of trade and factor mobility in which capital is sector-specific but internationally mobile. The model avoids the implausible predictions of specialisation in Heckscher-Ohlin models ...
  • McCann, Fergal (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2009-11)
    The impact of international trade on firm productivity is tested by accounting for firms' import as well as export status for a large panel of Irish manufacturing firms. Two-way traders and exporters-only are found to be ...
  • Neary, J. Peter (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2000-12-11)
    Almost twenty-five years after the appearance of Dixit and Stiglitz’s paper on monopolistic competition and optimum product diversity, I try to take stock of the progres which has been made in applying their approach to ...
  • Cole, Matthew T. (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2010-04)
    There has been great focus in the recent trade theory literature on the introduction of firm heterogeneity into trade models. This introduction has highlighted the importance of the entry/exit decision of firms in response ...
  • Blonigen, Bruce A. ; Cole, Matthew T. (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2011-09-19)
    Recent theoretical work suggests that the presence of foreign direct investment (FDI) lowers a country’s noncooperative Nash tariff. To test this hypothesis, we first adapt the theoretical model formulated by Blanchard ...
  • Cole, Matthew T. ; Davies, Ronald B. (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2010-07)
    The key result of the so-called “New Trade Theory” is that countries gain from falling trade costs by an increase in the number of varieties available to consumers. Though the number of varieties in a given country rises, ...

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