Tomasz Michalski - Economics and Decision Sciences Department
There are 3 courses that I will teach in Fall 2016:
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office V114, building V.
1, rue de la Liberation
F-78351 Jouy-en-Josas CEDEX
Office hours: 10:10 every Monday
"Risk-Based Capital Requirements for Banks in International Trade" with Banu Demir and Evren Ors, Review of Financial Studies (forthcoming). Here is a link to the VOXEU article that summarizes this research.
"Do countries falsify economic data strategically? Some evidence that they might.” with Gilles Stoltz, Review of Economics and Statistics 95: 591-616, 2013. Here is a link to a video where I discuss the problem. Here is a link to a HuffingtonPost entry.
"Input substitutability, trade costs and location.", Economics Letters 117: 57-59, 2012. Online Appendix.
"Quality assurance and the home market effect” joint with Ai-Ting Goh, Review of International Economics 20: 237-255, 2012.
“Should small countries fear deindustrialization?” joint with Ai-Ting Goh, Review of International Economics vol. 18, no.4: 607-617, 2010.
Working papers / work in progress:
“Banking Integration and International Trade: Evidence from US State exports,” joint with Evren Ors
“Fundamentals and exchange rate forecastability with macine learning methods” with Chistophe Amat and Gilles Stoltz
"US Financial Integration, Banks’ Industry Exposure, and Manufacturing Sector Growth" with Neslihan Dincbas and Evren Ors
“Multistage production, location and hidden comparative advantage” , joint with Ai-Ting Goh
“Contract enforcement, international trade and growth”