Essays in International Trade
This dissertation consists of four independent papers, each of which is a chapter of the dissertation. The first chapter identifies the causal effects of trade integration on domestic innovation. The second chapter analyzes the role of six newly industrialized economies, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and Turkey, in global value chains. The third chapter uses micro data from the World Bank Enterprise Surveys 2002-2006 to investigate how foreign ownership affects the likelihood of manufacturers in developing countries to export and/or import either directly or indirectly. Finally, the fourth chapter examines the impact of international trade on the occupational structure of the German manufacturing sector
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