- International Trade
- Political Economy
- International Organizations
Working Papers and Work in Progress
EU trade policy reform: towards reciprocal concessions with developing countries, joint with Maximilian Volmer
Consequences of FTA Withdrawal: Evidence from “Uxit”, joint with Hinnerk Gnutzmann and Tobias Korn
Use and Abuse of Antidumping by Global Cartels, joint with Martin Hoffstadt
Institutions and Comparative Advantage in Services Trade, joint with Victor Arshavsky and Aleh Mazol
The Cost of Borders: Evidence from the Eurasian Customs Union, joint with Hinnerk Gnutzmann
Determining Harmonised Trade Policy: Evidence from the Eurasian Customs Union
The Impact of Trade Preferences Removal: Evidence from the Belarus GSP Withdrawal, joint with Hinnerk Gnutzmann.
Accepted for publication in The World Economy.
Expired measures, excess duty drawbacks and causation: The Appellate Body report in EU – PET (Pakistan), joint with Isabelle Van Damme
World Trade Review, 19(2), 2020, Pages 232-248.
Peeling Away the Layers: Impacts of Durable Tariff Elimination, joint with Christian Henn.
Journal of International Economics, Volume 115, November 2018, Pages 259-276
Working Paper version: The Layers of the Information Technology Agreement Impact
Online appendix and Replication archive
Indonesia – Import Licensing Regimes: GATT Rules for Agricultural Trade? joint with Dukgeun Ahn,
World Trade Review, 18.2, 2019, Pages 197-218
Politicized Trade: What Drives Withdrawal of Trade Preferences? joint with Martin Gassebner.
Economics Letters, Volume 167, June 2018, Pages 10-13
Working paper version.
Does Safeguards Need Saving? Lessons from the Ukraine – Passenger Cars Dispute, joint with Simon Lester.
World Trade Review, Vol. 16, Issue 2, April 2017, Pages 227-251.
Voluntary Standards, Trade, and Sustainable Development, joint with Matteo Fiorini, Hinnerk Gnutzmann and Bernard Hoekman.
International Trade, Investment, and the Sustainable Development Goals: World Trade Forum, edited by Cosimo Beverelli et al., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2020, Pages 177–200.