Wesley  Wilson
TitleCited byYear
Explaining Armington: what determines substitutability between home and foreign goods?
BA Blonigen, WW Wilson
canadian Journal of Economics, 1-21, 1999
Estimation on stated-preference experiments constructed from revealed-preference choices
K Train, WW Wilson
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 42 (3), 191-203, 2008
Port efficiency and trade flows
BA Blonigen, WW Wilson
Review of International Economics 16 (1), 21-36, 2008
Cost savings and productivity in the railroad industry
WW Wilson
Journal of Regulatory Economics 11 (1), 21-40, 1997
Market-specific effects of rail deregulation
WW Wilson
The Journal of Industrial Economics, 1-22, 1994
Tariff‐jumping FDI and domestic firms’ profits
BA Blonigen, KS Tomlin, WW Wilson
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 37 (3), 656-677, 2004
New measures of port efficiency using international trade data
BA Blonigen, W Wilson
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
Cartels, price-fixing, and corporate leniency policy: What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger
C Ellis, W Wilson
manuscript, University of Oregon, 2003
Quality differentials and prices: are cherries lemons?
RE Rosenman, WW Wilson
The Journal of Industrial Economics, 649-658, 1991
Modal competition in grain transport
WW Wilson, WW Wilson, WW Koo
Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 22 (3), 319-337, 1988
Telecommunications deregulation and subadditive costs: Are local telephone monopolies unnatural?
WW Wilson, Y Zhou
International Journal of Industrial Organization 19 (6), 909-930, 2001
Monte Carlo analysis of SP-off-RP data
KE Train, WW Wilson
Journal of Choice Modelling 2 (1), 101-117, 2009
Foreign subsidization and excess capacity
BA Blonigen, WW Wilson
Journal of International Economics 80 (2), 200-211, 2010
The growth and patterns of international trade
BA Blonigen, WW Wilson
Maritime Policy & Management 40 (7), 618-635, 2013
International trade, transportation networks and port choice
BA Blonigen, WW Wilson
manuscript http://www. nets. iwr. usace. army. mil/docs …, 2006
Industry costs and consolidation: efficiency gains and mergers in the US railroad industry
JD Bitzan, WW Wilson
Review of Industrial Organization 30 (2), 81-105, 2007
Wages in rail markets: Deregulation, mergers, and changing network characteristics
DE Davis, WW Wilson
What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger: An analysis of corporate leniency policy
CJ Ellis, WW Wilson
University of Oregon, 2001
Legislated market dominance in railroad markets
WW Wilson
Research in Transportation Economics 4, 49-67, 1996
Deregulation, mergers, and employment in the railroad industry
DE Davis, WW Wilson
Journal of Regulatory Economics 15 (1), 5-22, 1999
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