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David Weinstein
Professor of Economics, Columbia University
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Globalization and the Gains from Variety
C Broda, DE Weinstein
Quarterly Journal of Economics 121 (2), 541-585, 2006
31752006
Bones, bombs, and break points: the geography of economic activity
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
American Economic Review, 1269-1289, 2002
15362002
On the costs of a bank‐centered financial system: Evidence from the changing main bank relations in Japan
DE Weinstein, Y Yafeh
The Journal of Finance 53 (2), 635-672, 1998
13591998
Exports and Financial Shocks
M Amiti, DE Weinstein
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (4), 1841-1877, 2011
12352011
Economic geography and regional production structure: an empirical investigation
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
European economic review 43 (2), 379-407, 1999
7951999
An account of global factor trade
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
American Economic Review 91 (5), 1423-1454, 2001
7072001
Market access, economic geography and comparative advantage: an empirical test
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
Journal of International Economics 59 (1), 1-23, 2003
670*2003
Product creation and destruction: Evidence and price implications
C Broda, DE Weinstein
American Economic Review 100, 691-723, 2010
5852010
The impact of the 2018 tariffs on prices and welfare
M Amiti, SJ Redding, DE Weinstein
Journal of Economic Perspectives 33 (4), 187-210, 2019
5762019
Optimal tariffs and market power: the evidence
C Broda, N Limao, DE Weinstein
The American Economic Review 98 (5), 2032-2065, 2008
5722008
Growth, economies of scale, and targeting in Japan (1955-1990)
R Beason, DE Weinstein
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 286-295, 1996
5581996
From groundnuts to globalization: A structural estimate of trade and growth
C Broda, J Greenfield, D Weinstein
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
511*2006
How Much do Idiosyncratic Bank Shocks Affect Investment? Evidence from Matched Bank-Firm Loan Data
M Amiti, DE Weinstein
Journal of Political Economy, 2018
450*2018
Trade and growth: import-led or export-led? Evidence from Japan and Korea
RZ Lawrence, DE Weinstein
Rethinking the East Asia Miracle, 2001
4302001
Quantifying the Sources of Firm Heterogeneity
C Hottman, SJ Redding, DE Weinstein
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2016
4182016
Globalization, markups and US welfare
RC Feenstra, DE Weinstein
Journal of Political Economy, 2017
390*2017
Using international and Japanese regional data to determine when the factor abundance theory of trade works
DR Davis, DE Weinstein, SC Bradford, K Shimpo
The American Economic Review, 421-446, 1997
3321997
Does economic geography matter for international specialization?
DR Davis, D Weinstein
National bureau of economic research, 1996
3291996
Goods prices and availability in cities
J Handbury, DE Weinstein
The Review of Economic Studies, 2015
302*2015
A Search for Multiple Equilibria in Urban Industrial Structure
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
Journal of Regional Science 48 (1), 29-65, 2008
3002008
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