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Edited by Bruce A. Blonigen and Wesley W. Wilson

International trade has grown rapidly over the past half century, accommodated by the transportation industry through concomitant growth and technological change. But while the connection between transport and trade flows is clear, the academic literature often looks at these two issues separately. This Handbook is unique in pulling together the key insights of each field while highlighting what we know about their intersection and ideas for future research in this relatively unexamined but growing area of study.
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Bruce A. Blonigen and Wesley W. Wilson

Ocean ports are vital hubs for transportation of internationally traded goods and therefore important for economic growth. In this chapter, the authors review the various methodologies that have been used to estimate the efficiency of ocean ports. They then refine and provide updated estimates of port efficiencies based on the methodology of Blonigen and Wilson (2008), compare these estimates of port efficiency with those using other methodologies, and evaluate their role in the level of trade costs and trade.

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Bruce A. Blonigen and Wesley W. Wilson

International trade has grown rapidly over the past half-century, which the transportation industry has accommodated through concomitant growth and technological change. But, while the connection between transport and trade flows is clear, the academic literature often looks at these two issues (international trade and transport) separately. This Handbook reviews the key concepts in each of these two literatures, while providing new insights into the intersection between them, including such topics as trade facilitation, trade networks, and the role of transport costs in offshoring, foreign investment location, and the role of intermediary firms. Each chapter points to where further study is needed and provides ideas for future research.

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Bruce A. Blonigen and Thomas J. Prusa

Antidumping trade protection is one of the most frequent and ubiquitous trade policies in the global economy. This review discusses the key reference pieces in the antidumping literature that have critically defined and shaped what we know about this important and unique form of trade protection. The review critically analyzes the literature and discusses its future directions – it is an important research tool not only for new and established scholars in international economics, but also policymakers and legal scholars.
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Bruce A. Blonigen and Thomas J. Prusa

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Bruce A. Blonigen and Thomas J. Prusa