David Weinstein
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
Bones, bombs, and break points: the geography of economic activity
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
American Economic Review, 1269-1289, 2002
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
Exports and Financial Shocks
M Amiti, DE Weinstein
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (4), 1841-1877, 2011
Economic geography and regional production structure: an empirical investigation
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
European economic review 43 (2), 379-407, 1999
An account of global factor trade
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
American Economic Review 91 (5), 1423-1454, 2001
Market access, economic geography and comparative advantage: an empirical test
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
Journal of International Economics 59 (1), 1-23, 2003
Growth, economies of scale, and targeting in Japan (1955-1990)
R Beason, DE Weinstein
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 286-295, 1996
Product creation and destruction: Evidence and price implications
C Broda, DE Weinstein
American Economic Review 100, 691-723, 2010
Optimal tariffs and market power: the evidence
C Broda, N Limao, DE Weinstein
The American Economic Review 98 (5), 2032-2065, 2008
From groundnuts to globalization: A structural estimate of trade and growth
C Broda, J Greenfield, D Weinstein
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
Trade and growth: import-led or export-led? Evidence from Japan and Korea
RZ Lawrence, DE Weinstein
Rethinking the East Asia Miracle, 2001
How Much do Idiosyncratic Bank Shocks Affect Investment? Evidence from Matched Bank-Firm Loan Data
M Amiti, DE Weinstein
Journal of Political Economy, 2018
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
Quantifying the Sources of Firm Heterogeneity
C Hottman, SJ Redding, DE Weinstein
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2016
Globalization, markups and US welfare
RC Feenstra, DE Weinstein
Journal of Political Economy, 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
Does economic geography matter for international specialization?
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
National bureau of economic research, 1996
Japan's corporate groups: Collusive or competitive? An empirical investigation of keiretsu behavior
DE Weinstein, Y Yafeh
The Journal of Industrial Economics, 359-376, 1995
A Search for Multiple Equilibria in Urban Industrial Structure
DR Davis, DE Weinstein
Journal of Regional Science 48 (1), 29-65, 2008
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