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Theoretical, empirical, and historical aspects of international trade
Causes and welfare effects of trade and trade policies
“The effects of the unequal treaties on normative, economic and institutional changes in 19th century Japan,” (joint with Toshihiro Atsumi), 2012, In Rainer Klump and Milos Vec International Law and the World Economy in the 19th century (Voelkerrecht und Weltwirtschaft im 19. Jahrhundert), Springer Verlag: 135-149.
Palgrave Handbook of International Trade, co-editor (with D. Greenaway, R. Falvey and U. Kreickemeier), 2011, Basington, Palgrave MacMillan.
Empirical International Trade, editor, International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, 2010, Edward Elgar.